There’s no doubt about it, it’s been an exciting start to a new year for the online casino market in Europe. With that said, we’ve seen so many company shakeups that it’s sometimes hard to keep up with. However, we always find a way to highlight the biggest announcements in the industry and keep you up-to-date with all the changes taking place. So without further ado, we’d like to introduce the new CPO at Quickspin. He’s expected to make a huge difference for the company going forward. So let’s check out his career and reveal Quickspin’s game plan for 2019.
Big changes at Quickspin
As we mentioned above, the online slots studio, Quickspin is making some big management changes within its ranks. According to the company, former CPO Joachim Timmermans announced his departure and Erik Gullstrand will now take his position. According to Quickspin, Erik will take control of product planning and development. Not to mention, he’ll be responsible for developing new promotional tools that’ll help the company’s current expansion plans.
To sum up, Erik has been with the company since 2012 and has held several positions at Quickspin. As of now, he’s been the company’s Head of Account Management, Development, and VP of Business Development. So by all means, Erik has worked his way up through the ranks and earned this promotion through talent and dedication.
Official Word Moving Forward
Commenting on the recent company re-structure is CEO Daniel Lindberg. “It’s a delight to announce Erik as the company’s new CPO. He’s a long-time employee and an invaluable asset at Quickspin. Not to mention, he’s been dedicated since day one and has helped us become market leaders.”
Also, in the same press release, Lindberg noted that Quickspin had exciting plans in the pipeline for this year. In fact, he said, the company plans to launch a full range of new innovative games in 2019. Could it be that Quickspin, just like Yggdrasil, Microgaming and NetEnt will venture into the table games vertical? Who knows! For now, we can only speculate… And we’ll have to wait a bit to hear more on this in the coming weeks. Maybe ICE will reveal new company projects, let’s see…