Real Luck Group, a maker and operator of esports betting platform Luckbox, is named chief operating officer of Benn Timbury.
While he is in the job, Timbury will take advantage of his experience to scale scale business and drive consumer and enterprise partnerships and acquisitions. He was a leading executive and a partner of the Gibraltar-based Lottoland Company. He is responsible for the creation and expansion of new strategic initiatives.
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Timbury became founder and CEO of online gaming company LiveLotto a few years ago. He was responsible for leading company growth, corporate governance, and legalist frameworks. His experience would spread across all kinds of technological and entertainment sectors.
As he released a statement, Tom Rosander talks about, I’m happy to welcome Benn to our company for an exciting time during Luckbox.
We’re starting to use player acquisition processes and seeking to enter new markets with additional licenses, all of which Benn will be playing in an important role.
Last year, Real Luck Group announced a deal with Nuvei, the global payment technology company. Due to the deal, Nuvei will provide solutions to Luckbox players for payment of money.
Benn Timbury added: Luckbox is the right location for esports, gambling and gaming. The sector of the enormous potential is clearly acknowledged. I’m joining a powerful team that blends igaming skills and esports authenticity and looks forward to playing a key role as we strive to increase our user base and earnings in the next three months.
However, one can say, Timbury seems to be a great addition to the Luckbox team. The esports betting platform has made a companywide executive shuffle over the last year; A new executive officer, financial officer, customer officer, and head of content all come on board.
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