iGaming content provider BGaming has announced the appointment of Ulf Norder as its new chief commercial officer. He will be responsible for overseeing all commercial strategies for the company, enlarging its global reach and driving its continued success in local markets.
Ulf, who brings over two decades of sales experience, has held senior positions in a range of renowned iGaming companies, including Evolution Gaming, Tain, NYX, and SG Digital. Prior to joining BGaming, he was chief commercial officer at QTech Games, where he oversaw its expansion across Asia and into new markets.
He is also known for his strategic approach to business development and his ability to forge strong relationships with clients and partners. In addition, he is a strong believer in the importance of innovation and technology in iGaming, matching BGaming’s vision to deliver a high quality games portfolio and best possible player experience.
Marina Ostrovtsova, CEO of BGaming, said: “We are delighted to welcome a highly experienced CCO like Ulf to the BGaming team. We will benefit from his expertise as we continue growing our business and expanding our reach globally. Asia will be a big focus, utilising Ulf’s experience there, but so too will regulated markets like Greece, Bulgaria, Georgia, Slovakia, and Spain.”
Ulf Norder, CCO of BGaming, added:”I am excited to apply my knowledge and experience to BGaming. Our priority will be to establish trust and foster strong relationships with the company’s partners. Our goal is to introduce the necessary tools to increase consumer interest, strengthen player retention for businesses, and continue to shape the future of the gambling industry.”
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