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Habanero welcomes Vera Motto

George Miller

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Business Development Executive to spearhead expansion

 

Premium slots and table games provider Habanero has appointed Vera Motto as Business Development Executive as it continues its push into Latin America.

Following her previous role at Espresso Games, Motto arrives with a wealth of experience and knowledge of the region’s markets, including press and media relations.

Motto will be available to discuss all things Habanero with those attending iGB L!VE in Amsterdam later this month and can be contacted at: vera@habanerosystems.com.

The appointment comes just months after Habanero took on Carlos Carvajal as its new Service and Operations Manager after spells at operating giants Betfair and William Hill.

Arcangelo Lonoce, Head of Business Development at Habanero, said: “Habanero prides itself on recruiting some of the industry’s biggest talent and the appointment of Vera Motto certainly proves that.

“She arrives with a wealth of experience and is the perfect addition to our ever-expanding team as we continue to grow and reach more players than ever with our products.”

Vera Motto, Business Development Executive at Habanero, added: “Habanero are one of iGaming’s most respected providers and I am delighted to be part of the team.

“They are working hard to become bigger and better than ever and I am keen to play a huge part in their journey. I look forward to catching up with people at iGB L!VE in Amsterdam.”

 

George Miller started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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NOVOMATIC Appoints Robert van Roosendaal as its Key Account Director

Niji Narayan

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NOVOMATIC has appointed Robert van Roosendaal as its Key Account Director for Germany, BENELUX, Iceland, Portugal and France. Robert van Roosendaal is a gaming industry expert with many years of sales experience.

Robert van Roosendaal is now responsible for the distribution of the complete portfolio of casino products in Germany, Iceland, Portugal, the BENELUX countries and France. He reports into Jens Einhaus, VP International Sales, Europe and The Americas.

“With Robert van Roosendaal we have been able to assign this key position – especially in the German and French casino markets – to an expert with extensive sales experience as well as excellent market and product knowledge,” Jens Einhaus said.

Robert van Roosendaal joined NOVOMATIC AG in 2016. After a number of sales-related projects, he was most recently Senior Manager Global Sales for Emerging Markets. Prior to joining NOVOMATIC, he held senior sales positions with renowned manufacturers in the casino industry.

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STS Scores 2 Nominations for 2019 SBC Awards

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Star-Typ Sport (STS), the leader of the bookmaking market in Poland, has secured two nominations for the 2019 SBC Awards. The two nominations are for the categories “Sportsbook of the Year” and “Omni-channel Operator of the Year” (Sports and Casino).

SBC Awards are recognition of the achievements of operators and affiliates, as well as suppliers from all major categories, including payments, marketing, platform and data providers.

The award ceremony will take place on December 3 at Battersea Evolution in London.

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Betsson Sells its Stake in Global Gaming

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Betsson AB has sold its entire stake in Global Gaming 555 because of the latter firm’s ongoing struggles in Sweden’s regulated market. The sale was reportedly done sometime in July, mere weeks after Betsson was revealed to have equally quietly acquired 726k shares (1.8%) of Global Gaming.

Betsson’s shares are up 4%, while Global Gaming’s shares tumbled 9.3%. Global Gaming’s share price is now less than one-fifth of what it was at the start of the year, reflecting the turmoil the company has endured in its biggest market.

In June, Sweden’s Spelinspektionen revoked Global Gaming’s online license due to alleged anti-money laundering and social responsibility shortcomings at the company’s Ninja Casino brand. The company’s efforts to appeal the revocation were rejected by Swedish courts.

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