Usui, Takahiro

    Company: Universal Entertainment Corporation

    Family Name: Usui

    Given Name: Takahiro

    Role: Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aruze Gaming America

    Profile: Usui joined Aruze Gaming in 2005 and ultimately rose to become its chairman and chief executive officer. He also served and president and chief operating officer of Okada Manila in 2016-2017, but when Universal Entertainment launched fraud allegations against Kazuo Okada in 2017, Usui was accused of being his co-conspirator. He thus lost his position in the Philippines, but remained in charge of Aruze Gaming from its Las Vegas base. However, in June 2019, he resigned from his US positions as well.

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