Turnkey online sportsbook and casino platform provider Gamingtec has announced the strengthening of its senior management team with the appointment of Andrei Beu as commercial director.
The company made the announcement via europeangaming.eu, where it said the new appointee will be tasked with leading its “thriving” B2B division and will be responsible for new sales and marketing initiatives that will drive brand awareness and position the company as a leading B2B platform and content provider.
He will also be charged with managing Gamingtec’s presence at industry events, and coming up with concepts and strategies to help engage with potential and existing partners.
Mr Beu joins the company after a stint at EveryMatrix, where he had served since 2017, when he joined as sports sales & account manager, before being appointed as payments sales manager at MoneyMatrix in 2018, then general sales manager in 2020.
He celebrated his appointment, saying: “Gamingtec provides a great working environment with an attractive company culture that is supported by a young, focused team which I am thrilled to now be a part of.
“This is just the beginning of what is going to be an amazing adventure for myself and for Gamingtec and I am energised and excited by the opportunity to showcase the incredible products and services that we have to offer the entire industry.”
Aside from EveryMatrix, Mr Beu has spent a stint at BetBrain, a leading odds comparison site, and HUDstats, a data partner for esports businesses.
He was welcomed to Gamingtec by Sapar Karyagdyyev, who said: “I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome him to the Gamingtec team, and look forward to working closely together as we continue to grow at pace.”
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