With more than 15 years’ experience within the gaming industry, Jacqui Gatt has worked with casino and live casino products, both on the ground and online. She is passionate about optimising player experience, product innovation and the execution of gamification concepts within the casino space.
What has been the most important moment in your career so far?
My appointment at BeyondPlay as COO is the culmination of many important milestones. Together with the BeyondPlay team, we aim to deliver an entirely new experience in online gaming and redefine how people play. My role is tremendously hands-on and extends across many areas of the business, which is something I cherish.
How do you hope your work will influence iGaming?
I hope to inspire people who currently work, or aspire to work, in the gaming industry, especially locally. I also want to influence the sector by bringing new products and player experiences to life.
What is your prediction for the future of iGaming in Malta?
Regulatory changes and M&As will continue to impact and challenge this ever-adapting industry. As a crucial contributor to the Maltese economy, gaming investments require the continued support of a strong regulatory body, as well as a healthy talent pool.
Within the industry, we should aim to evolve and improve our products further, with more focus on innovation, entertainment, and a player-first approach.
This is the third part of an eight-part feature first carried in the Winter 2021/2022 edition of iGaming Capital magazine, the sister publication to iGamingCapital.mt, on the eight most influential women in Malta’s iGaming sector
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