Real Luck Group Ltd and its subsidiary businesses under the Luckbox brand, have announced the appointment of Benn Timbury as chief operating officer (COO).
Mr Timbury will bring extensive experience in scaling up iGaming businesses, working across all areas of operations, driving revenue growth, player acquisitions and retention, B2C and B2B partnerships and global acquisitions.
Most recently, he served at one of Europe’s fastest growing start-ups, the Gibraltar-based Lottoland Group, which is active in 15 global markets and has over 350 employees and more than 15 million customers.
In this position, Mr Timbury played a leading role in driving new strategic initiatives to support the corporations growth.
He also has experience as founder and CEO of LiveLotto, where he led growth, corporate governance and legalistic frameworks.
He was welcomed by Real Luck Group CEO Thomas Rosander, who said: “I am delighted to welcome Benn to Luckbox at an exciting time for our company.
“After adding casino games to esports and sports on our next-generation wagering platform platform, we are beginning to scale player acquisitions efforts and looking to enter new markets with additional licences, all of which Benn will play a pivotal role in executing.
“Benn has a proven track record of success in a leading role within igaming companies, helping deliver on revenue growth, to hit operational milestones and implement B2C and B2B strategies and we are looking forward to having his expertise to help drive us forward on our near-term and long-term growth goals.”
The new appointee added: “Luckbox sits perfectly at the convergence between esports, gaming and gambling and the huge potential of this sector is well documented.
“I am joining a stellar team that blends iGaming knowhow with esports authenticity and I am looking forward to playing a key role as we strive to scale our user base and revenues throughout the coming months.”
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