Aspire Global’s Pariplay Ltd, the leading aggregator and content provider, has further established its plans for the US and Canada with the appointment of Matthew Kelemen as business development director for North America.
Based out of Connecticut, Mr Kelemen brings more than 23 years of iGaming experience to the provider, holding senior roles at companies including Boss Media, RealTime Gaming and Peak Interactive.
He will be the supplier’s first US-based employee as it looks to make major inroads into the continent.
He will be tasked with furthering Pariplay’s presence in North America, with the supplier holding licences in New Jersey, West Virginia and Michigan, as well as collaborating with NeoPollard Interactive in Alberta, Canada.
The region is a major focal point for Pariplay, as its presence continues to grow across regulated jurisdictions. The supplier has made no secret of the fact that its long-term goal is to become a leading content supplier in North America, expanding the reach of its Fusion platform.
Adrian Bailey, managing director at Pariplay, said: “We’ve made great strides in the United States and Canada in the past year, and we’re delighted to strengthen our footprint there by welcoming Matthew to the team.
“As an experienced executive in our targeted markets, he brings a wealth of competence and it will prove invaluable as we continue our growth trajectory.
Mr Kelemen, business development director for North America at Pariplay, said: “The direction Pariplay is travelling is clear and extremely exciting, and I’m thrilled to join the team.
“We’re already making waves in the US and Canada and I look forward to adding value to the company and bringing my expertise to the wider team as we expand.”
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