Johnny Tominaga has been appointed as Fast Track’s Head of Marketing, the company announced on Tuesday.
With over 15 years of experience in marketing and advertising, he brings to the Malta-based role extensive knowledge having worked with prestigious brands such as Microsoft, Intel, Disney and Pepsico.
He has been based in Malta for the last four years where he was involved in the launch of several ventures, as well as heading the marketing department at GoTo.
Discussing his appointment, Mr Tominaga said, “Fast Track is disrupting the iGaming industry by creating cutting-edge technology that will continue to change the dynamics of the industry. I’m excited to be part of that journey and help the team continue to tell their story”.
With his wide range of expertise, including work with branding, UI/UX design and a special interest in technology, Fast Track believes he will now be crucial in establishing it as a global iGaming technology brand.
Company CEO and co-founder Simon Lidzén commented: “We are at a really exciting stage in Fast Track’s growth and [Mr Tominaga] is going to have a pivotal role in shaping how we communicate with the industry as we continue to evolve. We are already impressed with his wide-ranging knowledge and creativity and know that we can expect great things!”.
The company describes describes itself as providing the only player engagement platform built specifically for iGaming.
“Fast Track is a fast-growing technology company that solves efficiency and scalability challenges for iGaming operators. The supplier’s CRM platform is used to power player engagement across a large variety of brands”, it says.
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