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NEWS 4 July 2017

Merkur adds new blood to its conquest of the Americas

By Robert Simmons
German based iGaming group Merkur has strengthened it American division with the appointment of eight new employees.

Veteran intellectual property (IP) counsel Keith Moore has joined Merkur and its US subsidiary Sunshine Games as chief IP counsel. Moore has worked with several of the gaming industry’s biggest names during his 22 years as a practising attorney.

Brad Broderick has been appointed to the position of US Business Development executive and will oversee both land-based and internet gaming operations from a commercial perspective.

Geovanna Soberón has been named the companies New Media Marketing specialist while Raul Simon has been appointed to the role of service technician.

The company’s team in Peru has been strengthened by the appointments of Ronald Diaz as Commercial Director, the promotion of Helmut Arlt from product analyst to Sales Executive and the company adding Miriam Vera Vlacarcel as its Peruvian Commercial Coordinator.

Merkur have appointed Ricardo Espinosa to the post of Product Manager in Mexico and have named Maria Virgina Bocci as its finance and administrative manager in its Merku Gaming Argentina subsidiary.

In a statement accompanying the announcements, Charles Hiten, Chief executive of Merkur Gaming Americas, said: “As the various international companies that comprise Merkur Gaming Americas continue to flourish and expand, the need to recruit top class professionals to fill key roles has become a top priority.

The new additions to the team that we are announcing today are all highly qualified in their own particular fields and I am certain that they will all contribute greatly to the success and continuing expansion that we have targeted. I welcome them all and wish them all great success in their individual roles.”

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