3 Oaks Gaming, Air Dice and Future Anthem: on the move

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With comings and goings commonplace across the industry, Playtech, Everi and 3 Oaks Gaming have moved to bolster their teams with key hires.

Future Anthem

Jessica Wu has been named as Head of Marketing at Future Anthem as the company aims to build on “record growth” and deliver “ambitious expansion plans”.

She joins AI and game data science group after spending two years heading up Betway’s efforts in Canada, where she was responsible for leading all marketing strategy in the region after the sportsbook and casino brand made its debut in the newly regulated Ontario market.

Leigh Nissim, Future Anthem CEO, said: “We are home to the brightest minds in the business, and I am thrilled to be welcoming Jessica to the Future Anthem team.

“She brings valuable industry and market experience, having enjoyed demonstrable success at Betway in North America, and she comes equipped with fresh and exciting ideas that can help propel us to new heights as we continue our global expansion.”


Everi has expanded its board of directors via the appointment of Debra Nutton, who will officially join on April 1, 2023.

The gaming noted that Nutton will serve as a member of the Board’s Audit Committee, Nominating and Governance Committee, and Compensation Committee.

After satisfying the criteria as an independent director for the purposes of New York Stock Exchange rules, Nutton is set to fulfil the vacant ninth spot on the Everi board.

“We are delighted to welcome Debra to Everi and believe her distinguished record of gaming achievements and leadership make her an exceptional addition to the Company’s Board of Directors,” commented Michael Rumbolz, Executive Chair of the Board of Everi.  

“We look forward to benefiting from her counsel and insights, as we continue to focus on products and services designed to make our customers more efficient and more profitable. 

“Debra joins us at an opportune time to assist with the expansive growth opportunities that we expect will take Everi to even greater prominence in coming years.”

3 Oaks Gaming

Online casino content developer 3 Oaks Gaming has named Victoria Vashukevich as Head of Account Management as the company’s swells the team based at its Isle of Man headquarters. 

In the position, she will oversee the distributor’s client base that 3 Oaks is looking to continue “to grow exponentially” during the coming weeks and months 

“We are entering really exciting times here at 3 Oaks Gaming as we are really growing as a distributor whilst actively expanding our Isle of Man team,” commented Sebastian Damian, Managing Director at 3 Oaks Gaming.

“To continue down this path, expanding our team with quality people and personnel is at the forefront of what we want to do. Hiring the right people at 3 Oaks is paramount for the business to succeed. In her new role, Vika will make a huge difference as Head of Account Management and I look forward to working with her.”

Air Dice

A strengthened senior management team has been gained by igaming developer Air Dice after Rocio Moitiño became a Sales Director for the Latin American markets.

It is hoped that Rocio, who is hailed as boasting “extensive” commercial, sales, customer management, and marketing expertise, will help the group achieve its goal in the region through the current year and beyond.

Erkki Nikunen, Partner and CBDO of Air Dice said: “This is a very exciting time for Air Dice, as we are aiming for very large growth figures throughout this year and the upcoming years, and this will allow our brand to enter several new markets in the LatAm region.”


Playtech has confirmed the appointment of Chris McGinnis, group Chief Financial Officer, to the NorthStar Gaming board of directors, as of March 3, 2023.

This follows a pair of recent transactions, the first of which saw the gambling tech firm make a strategic investment into NorthStar Gaming during last month. Following this, the latter’s proposed reversed takeover of Baden Resources was finalised, with the enlarged and, as of March 8, 2023, Canadian TSX Venture Exchange listed firm subsequently renamed NorthStar Gaming Holdings.