Gaming Innovation Group (GiG)’s head of gaming solutions Ashley (Berney) Bloor is on Friday working her last official day at the company, she has announced.
Taking to social media, she said the day brings to a close 4.5 incredible years at the company and added that she will miss her team and colleagues “so much.”
Reflecting, she added that GiG has given her “amazing” opportunities, as well as the flexibility needed as a working mother to grow, which she is “incredibly grateful” for.
“Thanks to everyone for making my journey here so special,” she said.
Speaking to iGamingCapital.mt, she revealed she will next be taking on a role at the iGaming B2B solutions provider EveryMatrix, as a business owner of its RGS Platform, working alongside the team at Spearhead Studios.
Ms Bloor is something of an iGaming veteran, having held posts at some of the most prominent companies in the industry, including Bet365, William Hill, and Gala Coral.
She joined GiG in May 2017, first serving as casino manager for Thrills, before being promoted to game relations manager in 2018 then head of gaming solutions in October 2019.
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