Mr Green makes new appointment; TCS John Huxley reshuffles staff

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Mr Green new COOSwedish online casino Mr Green has announced the appointment of a new member of the team. Perhaps best know for turning their last venture into an ATM, the company has introduced Mr Karl Bjerke as its new chief operating officer (COO).

Mikael Pawlo, CEO (or should we just call him Mr Green?) at Mr Green, said, “I am very excited to have Karl Bjerke join Mr Green’s executive leadership team. We will benefit from his gambling experience and hands-on approach. Mr Green has reached a solid level in its current six markets. Now we want to expand further. Karl Bjerke will help ensure we reach our full potential.”

Bjerke most recently served as COO at Nordicbet and has a healthy seven years if experience in the gaming industry. He added, “Mr Green has been a huge factor and made great impact in the gambling industry and has against all odds succeeded as a late entrant in a highly competitive environment. I am very much looking forward to joining the amazing team and the hugely innovative product.”

Just make sure you don’t be a b(j)erk(e) and reactivate the “casino as ATM” on the mainframe. Could be disastrous.

TCS John Huxley has also been busy as they reshuffle their pack of sterling workers. The new look sees Brad Broderick become the COO for North America and Jillian Rennie given the Vice President of Sales for North America role.

Broderick, who joined the company in 1998, will be responsible for the company’s manufacturing facility in Las Vegas. Rennie, meanwhile, will be based in Ontario be in charge of the Canadian division. Her job means that she’ll report to Broderick.

Roger Hawkins, CEO for the Americas, said, “Both Brad and Jillian’s hard work and understanding of the market has undoubtedly contributed to the company’s success in North America. These new appointments underpin TCSJOHNHUXLEY’s strategic plans for region and I know they will continue to develop and contribute to the Group’s success.”


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