With plenty of movers and shakers around the industry, allow CasinoBeats to give you the rundown on a number of recent manoeuvres.
Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment’s flagship Mohegan Sun property, located in Uncasville, Connecticut, has appointed Kim Noto to vice president of marketing and chief marketing officer.
In the new role she will take the lead on all marketing efforts, including overseeing Mohegan Sun’s player’s club, VIP services, hotel sales and marketing, hotel yielding, database marketing, sponsorship, bus marketing and special events.
“Kim is a great example of how hard work, dedication and a personal commitment to development can lead to success at our company,” noted Jeff Hamilton, president and general manager at Mohegan Sun.
“As our business strategy adjusts for a post-COVID world, we are looking forward to her perspective and strategic decisions.”
Paysafe has appointed Ismail Dawood as its new group chief financial officer. Based in the US, Dawood will report into Paysafe CEO, Philip McHugh, when he joins the company on September 28.
Dawood is lauded as bringing a track record of over 25 years in financial leadership and has previously held CFO positions in both public and private organisations. His experience includes corporate finance, treasury, investor relations, tax, financial planning and analysis, operational performance management, controllership, M&A and strategy.
McHugh said: “Izzy is a talented finance executive with a proven track record in strategic thinking and driving impressive results. I know he will be a real asset to our team as we continue our path to become the world’s leading specialised payments platform.”
France-based sports betting solutions supplier Sportnco has confirmed the appointment of Benjamin Böhle-Roitelet as its new chief information officer.
Sportnco praised Böhle-Roitelet’s technical expertise, highlighting that the new appointment will strengthen the company’s technical arsenal as well as ‘increasing innovation and managing acquisitions of tech companies’.
Hervé Schlosser, CEO and founder of Sportnco, stated: “The arrival of Benjamin Böhle-Roitelet as CIO is extremely positive and we are delighted about it.
“Benjamin is an additional asset for our company and will enable us to provide an even stronger level of service to our current and future B2B customers. This will take the company to a new level in what is already a highly technological sector.”
Jessica Walker has been appointed as sales and business development manager at aggregator and platform provider United Remote, gaining responsibility for commercial development in present key markets as well as nurturing new territories.
Bringing a wealth of experience across igaming and media, the hire is praised as “the latest significant addition to the United Remote management group.”
Based in Malta, Walker is to gain responsibility for all global business development activities which includes delivery of United Remote’s sales, commercial and B2B customer strategy.
United Remote Group CEO Jeremy Fall commented: “Jessica Walker is an outstanding appointment for United Remote as we extend the influence of our advanced technologies to operators and partners around the world.
I am thrilled to welcome Jessica to United Remote’s senior management team, a highly skilled and experienced woman who will be a key team player in helping us to drive our future development and to achieve our ambitions. Her commitment to United Remote is another mark of confidence in our technology platform and our growth potential.”