Max Meltzer

2021 marked the formation of Strive Gaming by a number of prominent iGaming insiders, including Kambi Group alumni Max Meltzer who is CEO, and founder Damian Xuereb.

Having climbed onto its feet, the company and its executives are now looking forward to continue their expansion as they aim to fulfil their ambition of becoming the top iGaming platform provider in North America.

Mr Meltzer for example, recently reflected on the successes of 2021, and looked forward to 2022, where he expects Strive to continue to help US operators become better platforms, both for their customers and operations.

“We’re very, very pleased with the way things are going at Strive Gaming and are very excited about the future,” he said, in a video posted on the company’s social media.

He looked back with satisfaction on recent months, saying the company has been largely successful in everything it stands for and that it has achieved a lot. Strive’s expansion plans have “been progressing,” he said, and they are “very exciting.”

Discussing Strive’s team, which recently benefited from the addition of seasoned compliance professional Paul Caruana Turner, he explained it has gathered some “exceptional talent,” comprising “people that really believe in the technology” it uses.

The founders, Mr Meltzer added, have had an “incredible amount” of exposure to what is needed to be successful in the US.

He also emphasised that the company is prioritising this expertise, and that it is a “crucial difference” between itself and its competitors, some of whom don’t recognise the need to create new offerings for North American markets.

“We’ve worked with some of the leading operators, that we’ve worked with since our previously backgrounds, and we realty understand how to help them achieve their goals – This is what Strive Gaming is about,” he concluded.

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LinkedIn/ Max Meltzer

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