Following the hiring of Liam Mulvaney as the group’s commercial director, Gamingtec has announced that it has “ambitious goals” for its future growth.
Mulvaney has been tasked by the online casino network provider to continue to leverage his role in order to “become even more available for brands looking for a reliable partner that can deliver turnkey, whitelabel and full platform solutions.”
Mulvaney, a co-founder of Plank Gaming, has spent the last ten years working with slot providers such as Netent and Quickspin in product and commercial roles.
Laser-focused on goals for 2021
Of his appointment Mulvaney said: ‘Having known Gamingtec since the start, technology has always played a big part in their strategy and they have shown it consistently with one of the most stable platforms on the market. They are laser-focused on their goals for 2021 and I could not be happier to be part of the team achieving these goals.’
Gamingtec has reached business deals with igaming producer Blueprint Gaming, online casino content supplier Spribe, and most recently Kiron Interactive so far in 2021.
Kiron Interactive’s products – including virtual football, horse racing, table tennis, and other virtual sports – were made available to Gamingtec’s casino and sportsbook partners through the Oryx Gaming platform.