Tony Kjaldstrom has been appointed General Manager at High Roller Techologies’ Malta office.

High Roller Technologies is the operator of and, two online gaming brands.

Its proprietary platform is based around a set of gaming products referred to as iCasino and offers players in select markets a wide range of games, including video slots, blackjack, roulette, baccarat and more than 3,000 games from over 50 providers.

Tony Kjaldstrom

Commenting on his new role, Mr Kjaldstrom said that he’s eager “to join High Roller and collaborate with the talented team in Malta to drive innovation and growth.”

Mr Kjaldstrom has over 16 years of experience in the online gaming industry. Prior to joining High Roller, he was Chief Operating Officer and Chief Product Officer at Rootz.

He also held senior positions at online sports betting and casino gaming company NordicBet, and the Gaming Innovation Group.

“With a proven record in driving operational growth, Mr Kjaldstrom will help lead the company as it enters into the next phase of user growth and market expansion,” High Roller commented.

Meanwhile, CEO of the company, Ben Clemes noted that he is a welcomed addition to the team and is looking forward to collaborating with him again after successful tenures at Gaming Innovation Group and NordicBet.

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