Staffan Cnattingius has been appointed as EveryMatrix’s new Director of Business Development for Latin American (LatAm) markets, where he will be in charge of the company’s commercial expansion strategy in the area.
Cnattingius has over two decades of experience in the betting and gaming business, having worked with Play’n GO, Copacabana Gaming, and QTech in management positions.
Latin American gambling industry
He also has a thorough understanding of the Latin American gambling industry and is well-versed in business strategies for both online and land-based casinos.
Erik Nyman, President of Americas at EveryMatrix said: “I am excited to have Staffan joining our Americas team. He comes with unique experience, in-depth product knowledge, relationships and not least an impressive track record of success in Latin America.
“His professional experience will enable EveryMatrix’s goal of becoming the leading turnkey provider in the region. Staffan is the right man for the job, and I wish him welcome aboard.”
European Tier-1 operator
Cnattingius joins EveryMatrix as the organisation seeks to expand its market place in Latin America and the United States, having acquired experience as a European Tier-1 operator, offering in-house proprietary turnkey platforms such as casino, sports affiliate management, and payment solutions.
Last month, the company opened a ‘business growth centre’ in Miami to manage its activities in the US and Latin America.
The new Miami site, according to Ebbe Groes, Group CEO of EveryMatrix, is a corporate achievement for the online gaming and sportsbook technology provider, securing its operations across all continents.
Cnattingius commented on his new position, saying: “I’m delighted to be joining EveryMatrix during such an exciting phase of growth in regions I know so well.
“The company has a remarkable content suite and great coverage in both casino and sports, all delivered via a stellar platform built on amazing technology. But more importantly, EveryMatrix has a fantastic team and great organisational culture, which I’m looking forward to being a part of.”