Global Gaming boosts product development with trio of appointments

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Former Betsson and Gaming Innovation Group employees join fast-growing company

 

Tuesday 12th June 2018 (Sliema, Malta) – Global Gaming has strengthened its product operations with the appointment of three new individuals to its growing team.

Previously Big Data Manager at Betsson, Vladimir Camilleri brings with him more than six years of industry experience to strengthen the company’s product function. As Head of Data, he will be focusing on fast real time data, machine learning and advanced analytics.

Ryan Sultana has joined as Head of Projects and will be responsible for overseeing Global Gaming’s ever-growing project portfolio. He joins from Gaming Innovation Group (GIG), where he most recently held the position of Head of Project Management Office, bringing seven years of igaming experience with a successful record of project portfolio management and team development.

New Senior Product Owner Christine Cassar, who also joins from Betsson, has operated across multiple markets and jurisdictions (MGA, Danish and UK), and has experience working with several mobile sites. Ahead of Swedish reregulation, she will focus on the company’s innovation path as it deals with the ever-increasing competition in the Nordics.

Global Gaming COO, CPO and MD Malta, Mark Wadsworth, said: “We’re growing, there can be no doubt about it. We’re very aware that, in order to build the competitive product offering we have in the pipeline, it is imperative that we carefully select only the very best candidates.

 

About Global Gaming:

Global Gaming is a challenger in the iGaming industry, delivering innovative and safe gaming services and operating a number of successful casino brands. Its flagship, Ninja Casino, builds on a revolutionary technology allowing players to enjoy a safe and seamless online casino experience without the hassle of a lengthy registration process.

 


Source: European Gaming Industry News