3 Oaks Gaming, an established distributor of iGaming content, has appointed Victoria Vashukevich as head of account management, marking the latest phase of the company’s commitment to expanding the team based at its Isle of Man headquarters.
Victoria has a wealth of experience within the industry, holding numerous business development roles within companies based in Europe.
She will oversee the account management of the iGaming distributor’s client base, which continues to grow exponentially, and ensure every partner receives a world class service through close relationships.
This latest hire signals 3 Oaks Gaming’s intentions to further bolster its Isle of Man office with highly-skilled individuals from across the globe, as it looks to build from a strong 2022 and cement its position as a trusted distributor of immersive casino content.
Sebastian Damian, managing director at 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “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.
“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.”
Victoria Vashukevich, head of account management at 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “I’m thrilled to join the 3 Oaks Gaming team. The business has grown rapidly over the past 18 months and I am looking forward to leading the account management team into a new era.”
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