Aspire Global’s Pariplay Ltd, a leading aggregator and content provider, has appointed Callum Harris as its new director of partnerships, underlining the supplier’s commitment to expanding its global reach through collaborations with leading operators and games studios.
In the role, he will oversee Pariplay’s relationships with third-party vendors featuring the Fusion platform.
He will also be responsible for growing the company’s Ignite programme, an initiative which offers independent studios access to the supplier’s development framework and distribution network.
The company describes Mr Harris as having extensive knowledge of the industry, gained from commercial roles at Jackpotjoy, Pragmatic Play, and most recently Quickspin.
He will join Pariplay’s Malta office which has seen its headcount significantly increase over the last few months to better serve the supplier’s partners based on the island.
Enrico Bradamante, CCO at Pariplay, said: “To achieve our ambitious growth plans and to expand in regulated markets across the globe with our Fusion aggregation platform and Ignite programme we are strengthening our team with key appointments.
“Callum will be instrumental in ensuring we build and maintain our invaluable partnerships and will play an important role as we continue the exciting journey we are on.”
The new appointee celebrated his achievement, saying: “Pariplay has had an amazing 12 months which has seen it significantly grow its reach through major global partnerships so I’m thrilled to be part of the team and I look forward to taking the company to the next level.”
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