AGS Names New Sales Account Executives Michele Hannemann and Colleen Coddington as Companies Continues its Growth

LAS VEGAS – May 23, 2019 – AGS (NYSE: AGS) (or the “Company”) today announced two new additions to its North America Games Sales team – Michele Hannemann, who will support Western Canada, and Colleen Coddington, assigned to the Midwest U.S. region. Hannemann and Coddington bring a wealth of gaming sales experience to their new roles with AGS, and have long and well-established relationships with their customers.

AGS’ Senior Vice President of Sales Robert Perry said, “We are excited to welcome Michele and Colleen to the AGS team. Together, they bring nearly 30 years of combined sales and business development experience, and they are both highly knowledgeable about the gaming landscape, the products, and their markets. Most of all, both Colleen and Michele have proven experience in developing respected, trusted, and strong relationships with their customers. They will be strong contributors to our continued growth, and their energy and enthusiasm is contagious.”

Hannemann joined AGS after serving 12 years with IGT, most recently as Account Manager for IGT Canada Solutions ULC. In this role, she led the sales and business development of IGT’s broad portfolio of gaming products and services within the territory, was accountable for meeting or exceeding multi-million dollar forecasted sales quotas, and was a frequent top-tier performer.

Before that, Hannemann served eight years with the Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission, focused on the planning and development of Alberta’s electronic gaming product strategy. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alberta.

Coddington joins AGS after 10 years of service with Scientific Games and its acquired company Bally Technologies, where she most recently was an Account Executive with responsibility for 14 accounts across the Midwest, focused on driving game sales, gaming operations, and conversion revenue.

Coddington had a consistent track record of growing revenue year-over-year. Before joining Scientific Games, Coddington held business-development roles in the pharmaceutical industry. She earned a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Quincy University in Illinois.