Paul Myatt joins Quickspin as VP of Sales

Paul Myatt

Swedish slots supplier Quickspin has appointed Paul Myatt to spearhead its sales strategy and marketing drive.

Myatt, who will be responsible for all commercial operations at the company’s Malta office, will report directly to CEO Daniel Lindberg as Vice President of Sales.

He brings over 15 years of international business development experience with him, starting in telecoms before five successful years at NetEnt.

Welcoming him to Quickspin’s rapidly-growing team of industry veterans, Lindberg said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to have Paul on board. These are exciting times for us and he will bring invaluable experience to Quickspin. I am confident that he will play a key role in our future success.”

Myatt said: “I’m very impressed with Quickspin’s track-record and what the company has achieved in its short existence. It is an exciting role and a stimulating challenge to help grow the company even further.”

Quickspin was founded in 2011 and has quickly established itself as a leading development studio for real money and social casino gaming. It now counts the majority of Europe’s leading operators among its clients.

Earlier this year the supplier announced a partnership with Relax Gaming, enabling the launch of its own platform. Now licensed in multiple jurisdictions, the platform has helped the company to sign agreements with over 25 operators during 2015.

The catalogue of mobile and web-based content it supports also comes with several innovative and unique promotional tools enabling operators to differentiate their offering to attract and retain players.

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