Microgaming appoints John Coleman as new CEO

By Harrison Sayers

Microgaming has appointed John Coleman as the company’s new CEO, replacing Roger Raatgever.

Coleman has been Microgaming's CFO for the past 13 years.

“This is a momentous time for the business, as we face exciting new opportunities in the years ahead," Coleman said in a statement.

Microgaming, based in the Isle of Man, supplies online gaming software to operators worldwide, with products including Casino, Poker, Bingo, Sportsbook, Land-based, Live Dealer and Quickfire. 

Former CEO Roger Raatgever has been appointed Executive Chairman of Apricot Investments, the new name of Micrograming Software Systems Ltd.

Apricot Investments will hold a variety of public and private assets, focusing on the interactive gaming and gambling space, the company said in a statement posted on its website.

"Apricot Investments, as an investment vehicle, will begin pursuing wider interests in the interactive gambling and gaming industry."



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