Esports Technologies, a leading global provider of advanced esports wagering products and technology, has announced the appointment of gaming industry veteran Mark Thorne as its new Chief Marketing Officer.
In this newly created role, Mr Thorne will aim to leverage his commercial and marketing expertise to further build the company’s brand, reputation, audience and revenue as well as expanding licensing while ensuring regulatory compliance. His arrival also heralds the opening of Esports Technologies’ Malta office, from which he intends to build a team to assist with European market entries, working closely with the Esports Technologies operations office in Dublin.
Speaking of the appointment, Aaron Speach, Esports Technologies CEO said, “as we continue to expand globally, Mark’s detailed understanding of the markets we currently operate in, along with those in which we plan to operate, makes him a natural fit for us. His experience in the industry brings an important dimension to our leadership team as we drive Esports Technologies to its full potential. He has already proven to be an important advisor and an excellent lead for our growing marketing team.”
“Esports Technologies is one of the most exciting and promising players in the esports wagering space with ambitious plans, a clear roadmap and the ability to be agile and deliver rapidly,” Mr Thorne added, ahead of his new role.
“The momentum and potential for growth is both undeniable and astounding, as is the calibre of the team. Post-IPO the company has already launched the free-to-play app ESG (Esports Games), entered into impressive strategic partnerships, and expanded the Gogawi territory significantly. I look forward to joining the team and adding value to an already well-oiled machine,” he continued.
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