Malta-based casino operator Videoslots has named Marco Trucco as its new chief marketing officer.
Marco, who has 16 years’ experience within the iGaming industry, is touted as bolstering the brand with his in-depth knowledge of the sector.
In his last role, Marco worked as managing director of GGPoker, where he established the European hub in Malta and led the expansion of the poker operator to several EU markets.
Previously, he held the position of associate director of international marketing at The Stars Group, where he managed the acquisition efforts for PokerStars and PokerStars Casino, after his experience as Italy country manager.
He began his gaming career in 2007, with different management positions in Italy, including gaming director at Eurobet.
With prior knowledge of the working environment in Malta, Marco will be seen as a vital cog within the business as Videoslots begins to strengthen its operations in Spain, Italy and LatAm as well as expanding into new markets such as Ontario, following the news of the operator going live in the region at the end of June.
Ulle Skottling, deputy CEO at Videoslots, said: “The role of CMO is a vital part of any business, especially for us at Videoslots, and we believe we are in good hands with Marco at the helm.
“Marco has nearly two decades worth of experience, working in various parts of Europe and his understanding of the sector fits in perfectly with our ambitions.”
Marco Trucco, CMO at Videoslots, said: “It is an honour to be appointed CMO at one of the industry’s best operators. My role is to raise Videoslots’ exposure to the growing number of online casino players who demand a superior product and great customer service.
“I’ll make the best use of my experience and creativity, with the intention of bolstering Videoslots across many markets globally.”
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