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Raketech, a leading company in the iGaming sector, announced the appointment of Johan Svensson as its permanent Chief Executive Officer, effective 16th May 2024.

As a co-founder of Raketech, Johan has a profound understanding of the company’s vision. He previously served as CEO until 2017, after which he transitioned to the role of Chief Commercial Officer with direct responsibility for partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, as well as business integrations, contributing significantly to the company’s strategic growth.

In early 2024, Johan was appointed as Acting CEO. With extensive experience in technology and gaming, Johan has consistently driven innovation. His dedication to strategic development, operational excellence, and team collaboration has been vital during his interim role.

Johan Svensson / Photo by Raketech

“We are excited to officially name Johan as our permanent CEO,” said Ulrik Bengtsson, Raketech Chairman. “His deep connection and commitment to Raketech and proven leadership abilities make him the ideal choice to steer the company into its next phase of growth.”

Johan Svensson stated, “I am excited to return to the role of CEO at Raketech. I look forward to working with our talented team to build on our strong foundation and drive further innovation and growth. Our focus will remain on delivering exceptional value to our customers, employees, and shareholders.”

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