Casino content developer Realistic Games has made further moves to strengthen its commercial talent pool by appointing Alice Timson as its new Head of Client Services.
Ms Timson joins from Gaming Realms where she spent two years as a commercial account manager and brings with her a demonstrated history of managing operations, integrations and commercial relationships in the software platform sector.
A graduate of the University of Exeter holding a BSc Honours Degree in Political Science, Ms Timson is skilled in project and account management, integrations and delivery, key strengths that Realistic Games says she will be using to her advantage as head of its account management team.
This latest hire for Realistic Games continues its recent expansion and supports its growth strategy as the company continues to push forward with new game releases and partnership agreements across regulated markets.
Robert Lee, commercial director at Realistic Games, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Alice to the team, where I’m sure she will settle into her new position very quickly.
“These are busy times for us at Realistic Games and as we head toward H2 and more significant developments, we need talent like Alice’s to support us as we look to move the business to the next stage.”
Ms Timson, added: “A fantastic last two years at Gaming Realms has been the perfect build-up to the next step in my career, one which will see me be able to bring my experience and industry insight to bear for Realistic Games.
“Having heard the exciting new developments that are underway at Realistic – commencing with the release of its latest slot, Gorilla Riches – I’m eager to join Rob and the team there to do my part in helping push the business forward as it continues to grow.”
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