Gianfranco Capozzi on Monday shared that he has been promoted to Director of Esports at Malta-based iGaming affiliate company Catena Media.
His new position comes after almost six years at the company, having most recently worked as Head of Esports and Growth, a position he held for over a year. In that role, he was tasked with leading the esports department, overseeing a portfolio of esports and growth websites, together with creating SEO and social media strategies, among other responsibilities.
He had originally joined Catena Media in 2017 as Head of Esports.
Catena Media is a global leader in generating leads for operators of online sports betting and casino platforms, with a large portfolio of web-based affiliation brands that guide online users to customer websites and aims to “enrich” players’ experience worldwide. The company is listed on the Malta Stock Exchange and has offices in Gżira, Malta.
Prior to his time at Catena Media, Mr Capozzi worked as Social Media Marketing Manager at Tipbet Ltd and PlatinGaming Ltd. He was also Recruitment Director at Malta-based Erremme Recruitment, as well as HR Business Partner at Erremme Business Advisors.
He holds a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing from the Digital Marketing Institute, and has also completed the Marketing and Employee Resourcing modules as part of a Master of Business Administration from Heriot-Watt University, among a number of other qualifications.
Mr Capozzi is a seasoned digital marketer with expertise in SEO, content marketing, social media, and product management.
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