Malta-based Hero Gaming has announced the appointment of Patrick Jonker as its new CEO, effective from the start of February.
In the position, together with the rest of the company’s management team, he will be leading it on the “exciting opportunities” that lie ahead.
With over 20 years of experience within the digital entertainment industry and a solid history of success in managing international teams, Mr Jonker brings extensive knowledge to the business.
He also contributes broad experience in working in challenging and dynamic environments that require a strong focus on innovation and commercial success.
“The combination of his experience, his leadership qualities and culture fit has made Patrick the ideal fit for us as a company for our next phase of growth and we very much look forward to having him in his new role,” commented Georg Westin, founder & chairman of the board.
Mr Jonker also expressed his eagerness to join this journey: “I am very happy to say that I will be joining Hero Gaming as its CEO as per February 2022 and use my experience to take the company into the next phase.
“The conversations that I have with the management team shows the great ambition and most of all enthusiasm to grow the company. I am very much attracted to the agile way of working and the great foundations that are already in place.”
“The iGaming industry is in constant movement and one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Now that is an exciting place to be in! Together with the management team I will be working on the strategy and future plans to make sure that we are one of the winning companies and outgrow any competition.”
Together with the C-level team, Mr Jonker is expected to be an essential part to Hero Gaming’s success as the company continues striving in achieving excellence and upping its game to the next level.
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