Mark Robson takes up Isle of Man e-Gaming role

The Isle of Man Department of Economic Development has appointed Mark Robson as its new head of e-Gaming.

Robson previously held the role of provider Microgaming’s senior account manager in 2005 and worked as provider SHFL Entertainment’s senior account executive from April 2013 to June last year.

Peter Greenhill, CEO, e-Gaming, Department of Economic Development said:

“With over a decade of experience working for and with some of the biggest and most recognisable companies in the industry, Mark will bring invaluable insight to the e-Gaming team. His first-hand knowledge of what it takes to establish, grow and run successful gaming operations will no doubt reinforce the Isle of Man’s world class reputation as an e-Gaming centre of excellence and help the continued growth in a sector which is currently around 13% of our economy.”

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