Four senior roles have been named at High Roller, operator of the Highroller.com online casino brand.
Former Genesis Global COO Idan Levy has been named as the company’s new chief executive officer.
Mr Levy is joined by familiar faces on his leadership team in the form of Reuben Borg Caruana who has been appointed chief operating officer (formerly head of risk, fraud and payments at Genesis Global) and Cain Spiteri who has been appointed as the company’s head of payments (formerly a risk, fraud and payments product specialist at Genesis Global).
On Tuesday, Isaac Sant also announced that he has joined High Roller’s management team as CTO, a position he began in June 2022.
High Roller is an international online casino operator offering player slots, dice games, video poker, roulette, blackjack and live dealer games via its Highroller.com brand.
Commenting on his appointment on social media, Mr Levy said the brand “has a clear vision for the future of iGaming and an ambitious roadmap to get there.
“With an experienced and passionate team led by Robin Eirik Reed, CEO of happyhour.io, I am positive that we will deliver rapid growth in both existing and new markets.”
Mr Levy has a decade of experience in senior management roles within the iGaming industry, having led Playtech subsidiary CSMS ltd, going onto lead Playtech as its CEO, after which he spent five-and-a-half years as Genesis Global Limited COO.
Reuben Borg Caruana is also a seasoned iGaming professional with around a decade of experience in the industry focused on risk fraud and payments.
Isaac Sant’s career began in the software development sector which saw him move into the iGaming industry in 2014 as a product manager with Tipico. Since then, he has occupied various technology-focused senior roles within iGaming companies, including CTO of both Wetten.com and esportsbetting.com.
According to the company’s careers page, it is also on the look out for its next chief marketing officer and head of CRM.
High Roller is licensed by the Curacao Gaming Authority.
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