Platform specialist Pronet Gaming has appointed Nedda Kaltcheva as its new chief technology officer, further growing the company’s management team as it continues to make decisive strides within the global iGaming landscape.
Pronet Gaming is currently in the process of significantly increasing its overall number of developers across all locations as it seeks to further strengthen its industry leading technological foundations and Nedda’s responsibilities include overseeing this process.
The appointment follows the opening of Pronet Gaming’s office in Sofia, Bulgaria, where Ms Kaltcheva will be primarily based.
She brings with her a wealth of iGaming experience, having held the position of director of engineering and CTO at William Hill International, Pokerstars and SimpleBet.
The new CTO also has experience in a number of software development roles and co-founded the AI-powered betting insights company Tipstly. Furthermore, she boasts a “great deal” of general corporate management experience from her various roles in the US and Middle East, according to Pronet.
The company says it will look to benefit from Ms Kaltcheva’s extensive experience in mobilising resources to delivering on its expanding roadmap, ensuring its technological prowess remains at the forefront of the industry.
Pronet Gaming’s CEO, Alex Leese, welcomed her, saying: “Our plans for next year are ambitious, to say the least, with some big announcements on the immediate horizon. With that in mind, it’s fantastic to have Nedda on board as so much of this depends on our technology capabilities being first-class.
“The IT expertise and industry experience she brings to the table is clear for everybody to see and she is going to be a major asset to Pronet Gaming.”
Ms Kaltcheva celebrated her appointment, and expressed excitement about joining the company: “I am passionate about all things technology, gaming, diversity and innovation oriented, so Pronet Gaming was clearly the right choice for me.
“It’s such an exciting time to be coming on board, with some huge projects just around the corner. I look forward to building dynamic new relationships as these come to fruition and Pronet Gaming continues to grow.”
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