Real money iGaming developer, Glück Games, has named Rafael Razim (pictured) as the company’s new, full-time Chief Technology Officer (TCO).

The Gibraltar and Berlin-based iGaming company designs and engineers casual real money gaming content for the online casino and lottery market.

Recognized as one of Berlin’s top CTOs, Razim has a wealth of experience in the iGaming sector. Having previously co-founded GimiGames, a Berlin-based multi-player, skill-based gaming platform and real-money poker company in the small island country of Malta. Razim joins the Glück Games as part of the management team and as “late co-founder.”

The appointment comes on the heels of an 18-month whirlwind of successes for the young company. According to the news release, Glück Games’ content is currently realizing an annual sales return rate of approximately €45million within a year of going live with operators including Lottohelden and Lottoland.

Glück Games CEO, Robert Lenzhofe, said, “Our Berlin development team has expanded from just four people at the start to over twenty now. From a standing start, that team produced over 40 new games and our own, unique, Remote Gaming & Commerce Server (RGCS) in 2016.” Lenzhofe added, “Throughout 2017 we are producing a further 100 games, our own game development kit and further enhancing our RGCS both in terms of new features and ever-improved levels of reliability. That level of ambition required a heavyweight CTO and, in Rafael, we now have that.”

Also commenting on the appointment, Razim said that he has been looking for his “next challenge” for quite some time but that after speaking with Lenzhofe and meeting with the Glück Games team, it didn’t take long for him to decide that he had found it. He went on to say, “What they have achieved in such a short space of time and with so little resources is very impressive. The technology products and platform enhancements that we have planned will surely propel us to an even higher level and I am very excited to be part of the journey that lies ahead of us.”