Kalamba Games has strengthened its commercial team to aid in its continuing market expansion plans with the hiring of Andrew Crosby as Chief Commercial Officer.
A “renowned” name in the iGaming sphere, Mr Crosby brings with him a wealth of industry knowledge and experience, as he has held previous senior roles within the sector, most recently as the director of account Management for Relax Gaming for over four years.
His career within iGaming spans over a decade and encompasses both the operator and provider spaces giving him unique insight into all aspects of the ecosystem.
Building upon his combination of casino product and commercial management skills, the new appointee recently graduated from the University of Malta with a Diploma in Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship that will serve him well in this new role.
Steve Cutler, CEO and co-founder at Kalamba Games, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Crosby to our senior management team as his long-established career within the iGaming market and drive to succeed will marry well into our core principals at Kalamba.
“He joins during an exciting time of expansion for us as we delve into new markets, expand upon our global positioning and continually release titles of the highest quality, of which Crosby will now play a big part of overseeing.”
Mr Crosby celebrated his appointment, saying: “I was immediately excited about this opportunity at Kalamba as the innovative technology releases they are famed for producing and global expansion strategies are areas that personally resonate with me and I’m looking forward to aiding the company in delivering its goals.”
Crosby, along with other members of the Kalamba team, will be attending ICE London in April and can be reached via his LinkedIn page to arrange a meeting.
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He has held senior positions in a range of renowned iGaming companies, including Evolution Gaming, Tain, NYX, and SG Digital