Aspire Global has increased its presence in the United States by naming Quincy Raven as Managing Director of Aspire Global US, which began on August 2.
Raven will drive and execute the company’s growth strategy for the US gaming industry in his new job, bringing to the management team critical market insights and knowledge with over 20 years of experience in technology and gaming.
Strongest supplier brands in the igaming industry abroad
In response to his appointment, Raven said: “Aspire Global is one of the strongest supplier brands in the igaming industry abroad with leading B2B offerings. I look forward to the opportunity to head Aspire Global’s expansion in the US and introduce its complete solution to US operators and companies who want to build a presence in the growing US igaming market.”
Raven formerly served as Senior Director Gaming and Payments at Blackhawk Network and Executive Director, Business Development Americas, at Scientific Games, and has performed significant strategic responsibilities focusing on new market development followed by rapid expansion over the last decade.
He also has an MBA from the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University.
Forefront of developments
Aspire Global’s CEO, Tsachi Maimon, added: “The US igaming market is growing at an impressive rate and our objective is to be at the forefront of the developments.
“Quincy has excellent experience and will focus on accelerating sales and setting up the relevant operations in order to make sure Aspire Global can establish a significant presence in the US market.”
Aspire Global presently has licences in New Jersey and West Virginia, and has filed accessibility applications in Pennsylvania and Michigan, with the goal of filing in every accessible state.
The company has recently signed substantial game arrangements with GAN and Amelco, and their game offering with Rush Street Interactive in New Jersey has been live since spring of this year.