Malta-headquartered iGaming technology company, iGaming Group, has announced its appointment of Marc Cheslak as its new head of content.
In a statement announcing the addition, the company said it was “thrilled” to welcome Mr Cheslak to the newly-created role.
The new head of content joined the company in February 2022 and “has hit the ground running,” bringing a “wealth” of industry experience after working in iGaming for the majority of his career.
The professional started his iGaming career as the founder and developer of a successful casino affiliate site and went on to work at several larger companies before heading the games department at Blexr.
Thanks to his extensive experience, the new Head of Content takes on a cross-departmental role developing the company’s content plans, with support from the Marketing team.
Mr Cheslak quotes a desire to “get s**t done,” which iGaming Group said shows “he’ll fit right in at the group.”
Reflecting on the appointment, the company’s head of marketing, Charlotte Seymour, commented:
“We’re delighted to welcome Marc Cheslak as our new head of content. He’ll be working closely with the marketing team to take our corporate brand to the next level.
“He brings with him a depth of experience from across the iGaming world, and we couldn’t be happier to have him on board to support our ambitious plans. He’s also from Minnesota, but I’ll pretend I didn’t check the map to see where that is in the US.”
Addressing his appointment, Mr Cheslak said:
“I am very grateful to be welcomed to the team at iGaming Group. Have always admired their reputation for doing things a little differently and unapologetically, while always backing their work up with impressive results. Looking forward to working with a talented group of people to push the boundaries as far as we can.”
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