Gamingtec has emphasised that it has “ambitious goals” for its future development, following the appointment of Liam Mulvaney as the group’s commercial director.
The online casino platform provider tasks Mulvaney with continuing to leverage its position to “become even more available for brands looking for a reliable partner that can deliver turnkey, whitelabel and full platform solutions”.
Mulvaney, the co-founder of Plank Gaming, has spent the last ten years in product and commercial roles with slot providers such as Netent and Quickspin.
Speaking of the appointment, Mulvaney said: ‘Having known Gamingtec since the start, technology has always played a big part in their strategy and they have shown it consistently with one of the most stable platforms on the market. They are laser-focused on their goals for 2021 and I could not be happier to be part of the team achieving these goals.’
Thus far in 2021, Gamingtec has secured commercial tie-ups with the likes of igaming developer Blueprint Gaming, online casino content provider Spribe, and most recently Kiron Interactive.
The latter, undertaken via the Oryx Gaming platform, saw Kiron Interactive’s products – including virtual football, horse racing, table tennis, and other virtual sports – be made available to Gamingtec’s casino and sportsbook partners.