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International Game Technology Chairman Phil Satre Resigns - Quick Facts

International Game Technology PLC (IGT) said that Phil Satre, Chairman of the Board of Directors, has resigned from that position and as a Director effective immediately.

Lorenzo Pellicioli, Vice Chairman of the IGT Board, will lead the Board until its next meeting at which time the board will elect a new chairman.

Pellicioli said, "On behalf of the Board, I want to thank Phil for his dedicated service and many important contributions. He successfully guided the Company through a transformational merger that created the largest gaming company in the world. We wish him continued success as he takes on a new role at Wynn Resorts."

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