3 Oaks Gaming, the fast-growing distributor of iGaming Content, has named Krasimir Pankovski as its new head of sales to lead the company’s expansion into regulated markets across the globe.
The appointment of Mr Pankovski is considered a major coup for 3 Oaks Gaming given his extensive industry career that has spanned over 15 years. He has held senior roles at major operators including Entain and PokerStars, and most recently served as Global CRM Director for GGPoker at NSUS Group.
Recruiting such a highly regarded individual demonstrates the bold ambitions of the industry’s rising star in the iGaming distribution space, which continues to build momentum following a furry of launches with operators and content aggregators.
Mr Pankovski is tasked with driving the Isle of Man-based company’s commercial strategy, identifying growth opportunities across Europe and beyond for 3 Oaks Gaming’s ever-expanding portfolio of slots and promotional tools.
Sebastian Damian, managing director at 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “The addition of Krasimir to the 3 Oaks Gaming team is fantastic news for us and really highlights that we’re more determined than ever to make our mark on the iGaming industry.
“Krasimir’s experience across a wide and varied range of roles during his distinguished career will only benefit 3 Oaks Gaming’s long term future. We’re looking forward to working together and extending the reach of our content portfolio.”
On his part, Mr Pankovski remarked: “I’m really excited to join 3 Oaks Gaming, and will do my utmost to build on the company’s notable growth and take our offering into new territories.
“I’ve been really impressed with the content we have at our disposal and am sure it will grab the attention of more operators and aggregators, as we secure additional licences and certifications to distribute our products in a multitude of markets.”
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