Relax Gaming creates marketing team with two key appointments

Gaming content supplier Relax Gaming has added a duo of experienced industry executives to its ranks, as the firm continues its recent expansion strategies.

Creating its first marketing team, Victoria Bonner and Tereza Melicharkova have been welcomed on board as Head of Marketing and Senior Marketing Executive respectively.

Bring a wealth of B2B industry experience, having also working together in previous roles at suppliers NetEnt and Pragmatic Play, Bonner said: “I am delighted to make the move to Relax Gaming at an exciting time for the company, and I look forward to being a part of its future success.

Melicharkova added: “Relax Gaming has been hiring exceptional people and I’m pleased to be counted among them. The company has a lot of potential and I’m thrilled to be joining Victoria again to drive things forward.”

The Malta based company details that these latest appointments make it a “trio of female talent” that have joined in senior roles, with Alexia Smilovic having been announced as the new Director of Compliance and Regulated Markets.

This compliments the naming of Daniel Eskola as CEO earlier this year, as well as Simon Hammon as Chief Product Officer and Andrew Crosby as Head of Account Management.

Eskola concluded: “Instilling a marketing team is a huge step forward for us and shows that as a company, we are continuing to go from strength to strength.

“Hiring Victoria and Tereza brings an added freshness to the team, and I am sure their industry experience will be vitally important for us moving forward.”

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