Scout Gaming appoints ‘IT Pro’ Terje Bølstad as new COO

Terje Bølstad – Scout Gaming

Issuing a corporate update, Stockholm-listed B2B fantasy sports network Scout Gaming AB has confirmed the appointment of Terje Bølstad as new Chief Operations Officer (COO).

Bølstad joins Scout Gaming’s executive leadership team from Norwegian workforce systems supplier Experis Group, where he formerly served as a regional IT Lead (2017-2019).

The executive holds extensive experience in tech product management and leading the development tech organisations, having a worked as a senior consultant for UMOE AB and as a project manager for US media and printing conglomerate Xerox.

Confirming the appointment Scout Gaming Chief Executive  Andreas Ternstom said “We are pleased to welcome Terje Bolstad to Scout Gaming. As we are currently undergoing some heavy growth, rolling out new clients and products in a rapid pace, we want to secure our processes, structures and our agility even further to meet and deliver over the expectations from our existing and coming customers.”,

In its update, Scout Gaming confirms that Bølstad will be initially based in Bergen, Norway, working closely with the firm’s Stockholm HQ.

“I’m impressed how Scout Gaming in a very short time frame, has taken a landgrab of a new market”, details COO, Terje Bolstad on joining Scout Gaming.

“Growing the market within media and the global betting industry with the latest technology, demands us to be productive, innovative and meeting customer demands. Our focus in the upcoming years will be to strengthen the position we already have, serving the market new products to attract more end-users.”

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