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NEWS 13 November 2017
Cashmio signs up former Mr Green Head of Affiliates
By Robert Simmons
Online casino operator Cashmio has announced the appointment of Tobias Regnestam as its chief operating officer, with effect from the 20th November.

Regnestam most recently served as head of affiliates at Mr Green and previously occupied the post of affiliate manager for the online casino brand. He initially started in the online gaming industry as an ambassador for Casumo in 2013 after founding a company selling company selling clothes through retail stores in Stockholm and Åre in Sweden.

Maltese licensed Cashmio, which was only launched in 2016, bills itself as the ‘world’s happiest casino’ currently offers over 600 slots games to players all over the world with the following languages: English, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian and German.

In a statement announcing the appointment, Cashmio CEO and Co-Founder Maria Boelius said: “We at Cashmio are super excited for Tobias joining our happy team! He will be part of our management team, contributing in structuring our company and workflow, with overall responsibility over customer acquisition.

“With his background in affiliate management and his positive can-do attitude, we feel that he is the perfect match for Cashmio and can help us take the next step in becoming a serious player in the gaming market.”

Cashmio’s new COO, Tobias Regnestam added: “It is with great honour and excitement that I’m joining the world’s happiest casino and to that being able to step in as COO makes it just so much more intriguing.

“I’m looking forward to joining the already amazing crew at Cashmio and to see what great things we’ll be able to accomplish together moving forward!”

RELATED TAGS: Online | Industry | Casino | Affiliate
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