Sportingtech, the Malta-based full-service betting and gaming platform provider, has strengthened its executive team with the appointment of Victoria Bonner as its new chief marketing officer.
Ms Bonner brings almost a decade of industry experience to the role, having worked at a number of leading suppliers with a strong track record of building brands and successful marketing teams.
Most recently, she played a key role in the prominent rise of content aggregator and studio, Relax Gaming, which she joined in 2018 to inaugurate and lead its marketing functions.
Prior to that she had two similar roles establishing the Pragmatic Play and Odobo brands and served at NetEnt representing its industry presence for 18 months. Before her move into gaming in 2013, Ms Bonner worked in PR and communications within the financial and tech industries in the UK.
Ivo Doroteia, Sportingtech CEO, said Ms Bonner’s appointment demonstrated the company’s commitment to internal excellence and external expansion.
He added: “We are delighted to welcome Victoria to the Sportingtech team at such an exciting time in the company’s development. This year is set to be Sportingtech’s strongest yet and Victoria is sure to be a huge part of making that happen.”
The new appointee said: “Many companies talk about having a strong vision and a leading product but not all can back that up. From the first meeting with Sportingtech, it has been clear that this company has everything in place to rapidly become an industry leader. It’s a pleasure to join this talented team and expedite what I already believe will be a hugely successful rise within the industry.”
Sportingtech’s flagship product is the award-winning Quantum platform. It provides players with an optimal betting experience and operators with the flexibility of a highly customizable solution, access to more than 65 sports, 9,000 games and over 1,000 betting markets.
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