Pioneering content studio FunFair Games has strengthened its design, creative and content delivery departments with a trio of key appointments, adding proven industry expertise to its management team and further strengthening key parts of the business.
The new appointments include Dan Nyman who joins as Head of Game Design and Mathematics, Kai Ngai as Project Delivery Manager, and Martti Poom as Art Director.
They bring with them more than 35 years of combined industry experience, with the trio’s skills and knowledge gained within real money, casino, and game mathematics. Their arrival will allow the company to streamline its game delivery, as well as bring forward the launch of more immersive and unique titles.
The internal changes allow FunFair Games to enhance its processes ahead of an important year, as the studio enters the next phase of its strategic journey, seeking to expand its product offering and player reach.
With an aim of positioning itself as the leading provider of innovative non-traditional titles, the new appointments play a crucial role in leading the company’s elaborate expansion plans and strengthening its capabilities of attracting emerging player demographics.
Mark McGinley, CEO at FunFair Games, said: “We’re extremely delighted to announce the appointments of Dan, Kai and Martti. They are a trio of highly creative and enthusiastic professionals that boost important areas of the company as we set to further expand our product offering to introduce new and unique gaming experiences to players.
“Their skills and experience will be crucial in supporting our goals and targets for 2023 and it’s great to have them on board as we enter a really exciting and significant time for FunFair Games.”
The FunFair Games team will exhibit at ICE London and attendees can visit Stand N4-202 to find out more about the studio’s offering.
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