With plenty of comings and goings around the industry, allow CasinoBeats to give you the rundown on a number of recent manoeuvres.
Peter Christian Noer has been appointed as the regional manager for the Nordic markets at casino and sportsbook platform provider Soft2Bet.
The appointment follows what is praised as “an impressive spell” as the company’s country manager for Sweden, with new responsibilities to include helping Soft2Bet continue to grow its footprint in the key territories of Sweden, Norway and Finland.
Boris Chaikin, CEO at Soft2Bet, said: “We are delighted to announce the appointment of Peter Christian Noer as our regional manager for the Nordic markets, which remain a key area of focus for us as we maintain the expansion of our international reach.
“Having performed impressively as our country manager for Sweden, we have no doubt that Peter will continue to play a key role in helping us succeed in the Nordic territories and beyond.”
Galaxy Gaming, the developer and distributor of casino table games and technology, has announced that Paul Omohundro has joined the company in the position of vice president of business development.
In the position, Omohundro will be responsible for expanding the company’s business through exploring new markets and discovering innovative products and services to further provide value to casino clients.
Todd Cravens, Galaxy Gaming president and CEO, noted: “Paul’s addition to our team will focus on new markets and new products. These new markets include land-based casinos as well as igaming, the fastest growing part of our business. We have a number of new product and market opportunities, and Paul will drive these to commercial success.”
MGA Games has announced the addition of four new members to its staff roster, each of which is charged with aiding the company its growth and developmental strategies.
The additions come from the MGA Games Academy, which the online casino developer says “was born to promote and attract talent to the gaming sector and is meeting all expectations”.
Joan Sanahuja, founder and CEO of MGA Games, stated: “We continue to grow in every way. We are expanding into new markets, creating new products, and also recruiting more staff.
“We are proud to think that we have the opportunity to employ, empower and retain talent, undoubtedly a valuable resource and one of the main assets of our company.
Josh Tromans-Jones has been recruited by Salsa Technology as chief technology officer, where he will be charged with building on the business’ expansion drive.
Key responsibilities for the company will focus on continuing the development of the proprietary platform, delivering the roadmap and leading the business’ expansion into regulated markets from a technology perspective. Tromans-Jones will be based in Spain.
Peter Nolte, Salsa Technology’s CEO, commented: “Josh is a superb addition to our Salsa team as he brings a wealth of experience of various regulated markets, both inside of Europe and out.
“He will play a vital role in maintaining our position as an industry leader and delivering on our roadmap. It is vital that we continue to have the technology to meet these changing requirements of the industry quickly and efficiently.”
Better Collective has strengthened its team after naming Anders Crillesen as its new head of PR & communications.
In his new role, he will take responsibility for overseeing the company’s global corporate and product communication strategy, with an aim of enhancing Better Collective’s communication initiatives toward responsible gambling.
Crillesen said: “I’m thrilled to join Better Collective and become part of its innovative company culture. Better Collective has been on a fantastic journey since the company was founded in 2004 and is strongly positioned globally following a targeted acquisition and internationalisation strategy.
“I look forward to leveraging my PR and corporate communications experience in an entirely new context, to support Better Collective’s continued growth and build visibility around its responsible gambling initiatives.”