Relax Gaming announces new Senior Business Development Manager, Alba Monroy

Malta, 3rd February 2021 - Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has strengthened its commercial team to deliver its ambitious market expansion plans with the appointment of Alba Monroy as Senior Business Development Manager.

With plans to grow its presence in the UK, Monroy joins Relax’s Gibraltar office. Arriving from Microgaming, she spent the last three years as Senior Account Manager & Commercial Manager for Spain, handling supplier partnerships in the region. Prior to this, she held roles at the Paysafe Group and IGT where she built up her casino and commercial background.

Monroy will be responsible for deepening the company’s UK presence and leveraging her knowledge of Spanish and LatAm markets as she works towards territorial and account management growth.

Daniel Eskola, CCO at Relax Gaming, said: “We couldn’t be happier to welcome someone of Alba’s calibre to our talented team. She has a proven track record in managing key clients and brings with her a wealth of experience and jurisdictional knowledge.

“Relax is at an exciting juncture offering both quality and differentiation. New markets and expansion plans are a priority and we know Alba is the right person to assist in driving this vision forward.”

Alba Monroy, Senior Business Development Manager at Relax Gaming, said: “Relax is a company that I have long admired and I’m eager to begin my venture with the team.

“The company’s rapid expansion means I’ll be joining at an exciting time; I’m looking forward to working amongst some of the industry’s best and delivering strong growth for Relax, its partners and its customers.’’

Relax now offers its partners more than 1,500 online casino games, featuring headline slots from its in-house studios along with a vast collection of content aggregated through its Silver Bullet and Powered By Relax partnership programmes.


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