Guiding casino professionals in a complex world

Kevin Duffey

Director of Surveillance Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City

Kevin Duffey is based out of Atlantic City, New Jersey and has worked at Resorts Casino Hotel as Director of Surveillance since 2016. He started in casino surveillance 15 years ago at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City where he was a surveillance supervisor for 8 years. Before getting his start in the casino industry Kevin was a field investigator contracted for federal government background investigations for 4 years.

Kevin has been a presenter on surveillance related subjects at Stockton University and the Northeast Surveillance Directors Conference. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Saint Joseph’s University and is ASIS Board Certified in Investigations. 

Lessons Learned Since the Introduction of Electronic Table Games
In a survey at last years WGPC 86% of participants said they did not know enough about ETGs to protect them and 94% said they had not received good support and information from manufacturers. With little training or guidance on how best to protect these new games, the ETGs are falling victim to never-before-seen cheating scams. Casino operators – it’s time to take charge. What have we learned since these flashy alien ships from far far away started space invading our casinos?

In this discussion a panel of experts talk about the good, the bad and the ugly of electronic table games and analyze the reasons why they have become targets for cheats. Through a game protection lens panelists will share advice on how to best protect these mysterious and proprietary “games of the future.”


Director of Surveillance Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City