Malta-based casino operator Videoslots has promoted Henrik Enesund to the position of head of casino, it announced on Friday.
It follows a “remarkable” rise through not only the company but also the industry for the Swede, just over five years since he began work in Malta for the brand as a customer service agent.
After being promoted to casino coordinator in January 2018, and then a tournament coordinator in August 2021, he took up the post of casino team leader last August.
He now replaces the out-going Timo Thronicke as leader of Videoslots’ casino, which the company claims boasts more slots and more customer choice than any other operator in the world.
Mr Enesund said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my career to date at Videoslots and am really looking forward continuing the great work of the brilliant Timo as Head of Casino.
“When I look back on the last five years at Videoslots I am immensely proud of my achievements and that of the wider team. I’m also super excited about our plans for 2022 and can’t wait to get started.”
Videoslots Deputy CEO, Ulle Skottling, added: “Henrik has gone through the ranks quickly at Videoslots. He’s very talented and I’m delighted that he has taken up his new position.
“I’m also really pleased that we have been able to promote another of our internal high-flyers as the retention of our best employees is one of the secrets to our success here. It bodes very well for the future.”
Videoslots approach to human resources is focused on internal growth. In 2021, 33 per cent of promotions were internal and already in 2022, 40 per cent of all recruitment is from within the company.
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