Copyright: mariakraynova / 123RF Stock Photo has announced a new duo of appointments, with Gemma Hodge joining the firm as new head of HR and William Ahlberg set to be the new head of games.

Hodge joins after holding a similar role at ComeOn, part of the Cherry Group, for five years, and will be charged with integrating employees both current and new, as well as enhancing the Videoslots reputation amongst the gaming industry.

Hodge commented: “Videoslots continue to be one of the most progressive operators around in terms of diversity, culture and work-life balance, and I’m pleased to join and be a part of this exciting company.”  

Ahlberg, who continues the Videoslots strategy of promoting from within, has received this promotion after rising through the wider gaming department.

Playing a role in community management, supplier relationship and content incorporation, Ahlberg said: “In my time at Videoslots, I’ve seen a dynamic team that’s sole focus is on delivering the best gaming experience to the customer. I’m looking forward to utilising my expertise to confirm our position as the leading online casino.”

Alexander Stevendahl, CEO at Videoslots, said: “We’re very pleased to have secured two outstanding candidates for these key roles. With William’s knowledge of the wider gaming industry and Gemma’s previous experience leading the HR department at another major operator, we’re sure they’ll both add considerably to our growing team.”