With plenty of comings and goings around the industry, allow CasinoBeats to give you the rundown on a number of recent manoeuvres.
Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation
Pinder Basi has been appointed as the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation chief financial officer, following an extensive recruitment process.
Basi, who officially joined the firm at the start of the month, is replacing outgoing CFO Lisa Bell-Murray, who is retiring after 30 years of service.
“Pinder is an experienced executive with a proven track record in finance and business with a focus on growth, profitability and collaboration,” noted Duncan Hannay, OLG’s President and CEO.
“His successes in large transformations will be an asset as we work together to position OLG for a post-pandemic recovery, digital growth, and new opportunities to maximise value for our customers and the people of Ontario.”
BtoBet has strengthened its senior management team after confirming the appointments of Zoran Spasov as managing director and Dima Reiderman as chief operating officer.
Spasov has been serving in the role in an interim basis since December 2019, with Reiderman joining BtoBet’s ranks from parent company, Aspire Global, where he served as COO for over two years.
Tsachi Maimon, Aspire Global Group’s CEO, commented: “Zoran and Dima’s addition to BtoBet’s top management is intended to maintain the company’s current growth momentum and aggressively expand its technologies into new markets, with Europe and the US being high on the agenda. I am more than confident that Zoran and Dima will be an invaluable asset for BtoBet in executing the company’s vision.”
London-based gaming software supplier 4ThePlayer has bolstered its senior management team as the group confirms the appointment of Geoff Scaplehorn as product director.
Boasts in excess on nine years of gaming industry experience, Scaplehorn has previously occupied positions at Playtech, and FunFair Technologies.
Scaplehorn said: “I am delighted to be part of the 4ThePlayer team. I am a big believer in the entertainment aspect of gaming and the innovation I have seen in 4ThePlayer’s games and their upcoming roadmap. I am excited to get started and to bring my own experience in unique gambling features into the 4ThePlayer repertoire.”
Fast Track says that it will continue to ‘attract and retain top talent’ after selecting Jenny Arnell as the company’s new head of human resources.
Joining Fast Track from Catena Media where she served as the group HR Manager, Arnell will oversee the digitalisation of HR functions at the company; placing a key focus on both efficiency and scalability.
Simon Lidzén, co-founder and CEO of Fast Track, stated: “We are very glad to have Jenny on board. We have an ambitious growth plan in front of us and her business acumen, mixed with her previous experience of supporting the growth of a small company to a large one, is exactly what we need to continue to attract and retain top talent.”