Gaming Realms, a leading provider of mobile-focused gaming content, has appointed Suki Sandhu as its chief product officer (CPO), highlighting the company’s commitment to further evolve its games offering.
As CPO, Mr Sandhu will build on and enhance the Slingo content portfolio as well as introduce new concepts and elements to strengthen Gaming Realms’ position as a leading supplier to the online gambling industry.
Mr Sandhu has decades of experience in the industry, having previously held senior roles with PartyGaming (now part of Entain), IGT, Gamesys and WynnBet. Most recently he was product director of iGaming at Inspired Entertainment.
Mr Sandhu joins Gaming Realms at an exciting period of growth, with the provider recently announcing a record 36 per cent year-on-year rise in revenue to £11.5m for H1 2023.
Mark Segal, chief executive officer at Gaming Realms, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Suki to the Gaming Realms team.
“With his expertise and skills, we will be able to level up our existing product offering and provide players around the world with even more engaging and entertaining gaming experiences as we look to build on our recent success.”
Mr Sandhu commented: “I am delighted to join Gaming Realms and I am really looking forward to working with the management, our internal and external studios, and product teams to build creative games and mechanics to grow the Slingo brand and explore complimentary innovative concepts which can help further boost the Gaming Realms business.
“I have a passion for product and the iGaming industry and Gaming Realms share a similar desire to make a positive impact in the market. Slingo has become a genre of its own and we’re keen to build on this and offer a wider variety of content. We have many ideas and a hungry team, and we will now create a shared product vision to ensure we deliver a positive gaming experience for our players, partners and operators.”
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