Ganapti Confirm Juliet Adelstein’s Appointment

Online casino content developer Ganapati has confirmed Juliet Adelstein’s appointment as group CEO, taking on the role on Saturday, February 1.

Adelstein joined the Ganapati Group in 2018 and previously held the position of Chief Operating Officer for the company’s Ganapati PLC parent company, as well as CEO of Ganapati Europe Holding and Ganapati Malta based in Malta. Along with qualified lawyer Hayato Terai, she is also the co-CEO of the blockchain subsidiary GanaEight Coin.

The company, based in Japan, commented that “the appointment of Juliet as CEO emphasises Ganapati’s mission going forward of being a fully global company with its management firmly based in Europe”.

After joining the firm Adelstein, will direct the organisation towards its long-term goal of becoming a B2B brand with a B2C mindset through successful implementation of strategic sport sponsorship and brand opportunities.

Terai, CLO of Ganapati PLC, said concerning the promotion: “We would like to thank Mr Hasegawa for his dedication to the role until now and are delighted to be stepping forward with Juliet as CEO.

“We’re confident that this is the right move for the company – Juliet has proved to be an invaluable asset to Ganapati, she’s grown through the ranks and demonstrated the ability to lead the company in the right direction.”

This news follows the recent announcement by the company of its collaboration with the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt, in a partnership that will create an official online slot game that will be launched this summer. The company states that it is working closely with Bolt to create the title that it hopes will accurately reflect its love of sport-themed games while also incorporating entertainment-focusing

Bolt will also join Ganapati at ICE London, which will be held at ExCel London in February in preparation for the game’s launch. The introduction of the game later this year will coincide with the opening in Tokyo of the world’s greatest sporting event, the Olympic Games.