Malta-based casino game and live dealer provider, Swintt, has announced its latest appointment to its senior management team.
David Flood has joined the company as Chief Technology Officer, who brings a wealth of experience to the role following more than 16 years in the iGaming industry, including senior roles at LeoVegas and Gaming Innovation Group.
“I am incredibly excited to be joining Swintt and to be given the opportunity to play a part in taking the business to the next level,” says Mr Flood. “My remit is to really get things into shape from a technology perspective so that Swintt is capable of entering any new jurisdiction with minimal friction and as quickly as possible. I already have a great foundation to work with but believe I can bring a lot to the table.”
Swintt’s CEO, David Flynn, commented on the appointment, saying “I am delighted to welcome David to the team and for Swintt to be able to leverage his incredible expertise and unrivalled experience when it comes to technology as well as the online gambling industry.”
“We have grown at pace since day one and in order to continue to drive the business forward, we require talent of David’s calibre. I look forward to working with him closely as we improve our technologies and processes which in turn will enable us to shift up another gear.”
Mr Flood will be responsible for the delivery and operational running of game and platform development at Swintt, as well as IT systems globally, including ensuring that new systems and products are developed on time, to budget and integrated in an efficient manner.
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