Saturday June 15,2013 : GAMING CONSULTANT HIRED BY CAESARS INTERACTIVE
 
Las Vegas gaming expert Scarlet Robinson to head new business division
 
Twitter was alive with congratulatory tweets Thursday as the news broke that Scarlet Robinson, a respected interactive gaming consultant from Las Vegas, has been hired as new business executive by Caesars Interactive Entertainment.
 
Robinson will be staying in Las Vegas, particularly focused on the evolving online gambling market in the United States.
 
In her tweets under her @PokerScar nom de plume, Robinson wrote:
 
"The US poker community inspired me to pursue iGaming as a new career. Black Friday inspired me to want help rebuild the US iPoker system," and:  "I'm truly pleased to be joining @mitchgarber's team at Caesars Interactive and @WSOP @WSOPcom as Director of New Markets based in #Vegas."
 
Robinson founded and owns Rungood LLC, a privately held company based in Las Vegas and established in February 2012. The company provides consulting services including gaming product selection, technical compliance counsel, and integration services for those seeking to do business in the US iGaming market, advising both domestic and international suppliers, operators and regulators.
 
With 15 years’ experience related to enterprise software development, Robinson can boast a broad perspective on the US industry. She has managed software development projects that focus on high profile Internet applications in the gaming, banking, telecommunications, electronic commerce and health insurance industries.
 
Robinson holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Binghamton University in New York.
 
She additionally brings a niche perspective to her work as a member of the US online poker online community.
 
Robinson has been involved in several major US interactive projects, including consulting on the iGamingDC project for the Washington DC Lottery, and the pilot launch of the first US Internet Lottery sales in Illinois. She consulted to Illinois Senate President, John Cullerton, on the state online gaming bill introduced in May 2012, and has advised tribal casinos, commercial casinos, and other state lotteries to help them develop roadmaps for future online plans.