Content aggregator Microgaming has announced the appointment of Julie Allison as Director of Markets.
She brings with her to the role more than a decade of experience in the iGaming industry, having held leadership positions at some of the industry’s most prominent players including NetEnt and Red Tiger Gaming.
In her new position at the software supplier, which is licensed by UK regulators and whose software is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority, Ms Allison will focus on providing strategic direction for the company to grow.
She will also be responsible for helping sustain the operator’s foothold in both new and existing markets, through identifying and capitalising on opportunities, and navigating the developing regulatory landscape.
Addressing her appointment, Microgaming COO Andrew Clucas commented: “Julie brings with her a strong vision and wealth of commercial expertise earned in both B2B and B2C. I’m delighted to welcome her on board and look forward to working closely with her as we continue to extend our global reach”.
Celebrating her new role, Ms Allison said: “Microgaming already holds an impressive position in the global marketplace so it’s exciting to be able to build on such a strong foundation. I’m looking forward to getting started with guiding Microgaming’s future markets vision, proactively embracing new regulation and supporting customers as they too prepare for change”.
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