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BetGames.TV Appoints Thomas Aigner as New Head of Sales

22 February 2021, 13:18
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According to the latest news about the gambling industry, BetGames.TV, the leading live dealer betting games supplier, has appointed Thomas Aigner as Head of Sales, augmenting the company’s ambitious 2021 expansion plans.

BetGames.TV Appoints Thomas Aigner as New Head of Sales

Thomas joins from Playtech Sports, where he was Regional Director Emerging Markets and was instrumental in introducing the leading supplier’s Quantum Sports Platform at ICE 2020.

Alongside his pioneering work in supporting the company’s portfolio of operators across emerging markets, including LatAm, Africa, and CEE, Thomas has developed a proven track record of expertise across the global omnichannel.

His experience will be warmly welcomed by the supplier, with his new role set to oversee the development and execution of the award-winning studio’s sales strategy for existing and new markets – as well as managing the continued provision of BetGames.TV’s world-class service.

Thomas’s appointment follows an outstanding year for BetGames.TV, which saw the studio nominated for seven SBC Awards, as well as winning “Leader of the Year” and “Live Casino Supplier” in December.

Andreas Koeberl, BetGames.TV CEO, sees Thomas’s appointment as a true asset for the studio, given his extensive experience across scaling major games verticals across global markets.

He added:

“Welcoming Thomas on board is a real coup for us. His experience and industry insight will no doubt prove invaluable for all of us at BetGames.TV – and I’m very excited to get started together. His hands-on mentality, authenticity, and reliability are just the kind of values we encourage here, so he’ll fit right in as we continue our expansion globally.” 

Thomas Aigner, Head of Sales at BetGames.TV, said:

“I'm extremely eager to get started in this new challenge and help accelerate the great growth and success story of Betgames.TV, particularly in emerging markets. It's a great pleasure for me to be part of this team, with a host of award-winning products, more of which are coming in the near future. I have no doubt they will strengthen our position, keep us unique, and most importantly – at the forefront of new developments.”

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Pioneering in its ability to boost player engagement and operator revenue, BetGames.TV is able to offer a winning combination of low-spend and extended playing sessions for players, as well as far greater margins than competing products across live dealer, lottery, and casino.

With licenses issued by multiple jurisdictions including the UKGC, MGA, Italy, and various South African gambling authorities, as well as Swedish and Colombian licenses expected shortly, BetGames.TV is the “go to” supplier of choice for live dealer products across global regulated markets.

About BetGames.TV

BetGames.TV is a live dealer betting games supplier, and the world’s leading producer of live broadcast fixed odds and outcome-based games. Founded in 2012, the company is headquartered in Vilnius, Lithuania, with a workforce comprised of over 160 staff.

Recipient of the 2019 SBC Award for “Rising Star in Casino Innovation”, as well as “Live Casino Supplier of the Year” and “Leader of the Year” at the 2020 SBC Awards, the company counts multiple tier-one operators amongst its client base, including Parimatch, Betway, and Marathonbet.

Offering games for both online and retail, BetGames.TV’s portfolio can be integrated seamlessly and delivers a uniquely immersive betting experience, as well as ease-of-use and high bet-rates.

BetGames.TV has licenses covering numerous regulated markets, including the UK, Malta, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Italy, and Bulgaria, and is in the process of acquiring licenses from Sweden, Colombia, Greece, and Romania. Its products are also certified in Italy, Bulgaria, and South Africa.

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