EvenBet Gaming has appointed Roman Bogoduhov to the role of Head of Business Development LatAm to solidify the leading poker platform provider’s position in the regulated markets within the LatAm region.
Roman brings with him a wealth of gaming industry experience having previously served as Executive Vice President at the sports betting company Olymp Bookmaker, where he was responsible for editing odds, analysing sporting events, customer service, promo production and staff management.
He is also an enthusiastic poker player and has a keen understanding of what players expect from the ideal poker room.
Fluent in multiple languages, including English and Spanish, the company will look to utilise his communication skills to better understand its customers and offer a superior product.
The appointment complements the company’s Spanish-speaking support team in Costa Rica, led by Danny Ortiz, and further demonstrates the platform provider’s commitment to increase its foothold within one of the industry’s fastest-growing regions.
Bogoduhov will be in attendance at the Peru Gaming Show on booth 36, along with EvenBet’s Representative for Columbia Manuel Jiminez, from 1-2nd December.
EvenBet Gaming’s CEO, Dmitry Starostenkov, said: “Roman’s talent and experience have been well known to EvenBet Gaming for some time and we’re excited to have him on board. In particular, his expertise in sports betting will help us to better understand players who enjoy that side of the sector and optimise our offering to suit them.
“This industry knowledge and experience will be invaluable to our business as we continue to design and deploy market-leading online poker solutions across LatAm and beyond.”
Roman Bogoduhov, EvenBet Gaming’s Head of Business Development LatAm, said: “It’s an understatement to say I’m delighted to be joining the EvenBet Gaming team. As a company, we have built up significant momentum across the online poker landscape and that shows no sign of slowing down.
“I am hugely excited about the opportunity to work with all of our customers and teams throughout the LatAm region to strengthen our relationships and further showcase the power of our technology and services.”
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