Online comparison and news website operator, Net Gaming Europe AB, has announced that it will be hiring experienced industry professional, Clinton Cutajar, to serve as its new Chief Technology Officer.
Plethora of management team qualifications:
According to an official press release published by European Gaming Media and Events, Net Gaming Europe AB declared that Cutajar holds computer science and artificial intelligence and information security qualifications from the University of Malta and the University of London and is due to take up his new post in advance of a September 24 deadline.
Established in 2003 and with a current roster of over 85 employees, Net Gaming Europe AB stated that 35-year-old Cutajar most recently served as Head of Technical Operations for Maltese performance marketing firm Catena Media where he was in charge of information technology infrastructures and the integration of mergers and acquisitions.
Focus remains on growth:
Net Gaming Europe AB detailed that its client base is mainly comprised of iGaming operators while the firm’s Chief Executive Officer, Marcus Teilman, proclaimed that he is ‘pleased’ Cutajar will be bringing his knowledge and skill-set to his company’s Malta headquarters.
Teilman’s statement read…
“Our focus on growth places high demands on maintaining a fast pace in the development of our proprietary systems, the launching of new digital brands and infrastructure.”
Listed on the alternative AktieTorget exchange since 2009, Net Gaming Europe AB owns, develops and operates some 130 domains under a variety of brands in 30 nations that help to make it easier for users to locate, compare and select their preferred digital service. The firm recorded revenues of just over $19.17 million for 2017, which represented a rise of some 246% year-on-year, while its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization hit in excess of $12.09 million.