Things at Microgaming have been quite dynamic in the past few months.
The online software expert is taking this crucial period in its business to undergo some key changes in its management, and so far things have been jolly good. Last month the supplier promoted Andrew Clucas and Jean-Luc Ferriere to senior positions and John Coleman was appointed its new executive officer.
Andrew Clucas is now the new Microgaming chief operating officer.
Mr. Clucas has been serving as director of Quickfire at Microgaming from September 2016 and has made some vital moves in the company’s business strategy during his term of office. In fact, he has overseen a period of double-digit surge for the online gaming platform.
John Coleman has commented on the importance of this promotion. “Andrew has played a central role in our operational success since joining us in 2009, achieving consistently outstanding results in charge of sales, regulated markets, business development and other key areas of the business, including Quickfire.”
From now on, Mr. Ferriere will be Microgaming’s chief commercial officer, having previously served as director of Network Games at the firm. Coleman has commented on his position as well. Coleman added: “Jean-Luc has been part of our business for nearly two decades, which is a truly remarkable achievement.” Coleman has complimented Ferriere on his unparalleled commercial expertise.
Coleman himself has been in the chair for almost two months, having taken the role from Roger Raatgever who was the CEO for 17 years. The past few months at the company have been eventful, so to say.
Just a few weeks ago, Microgaming launched its very own independent Stormcraft Studios, which will supply exclusive content to Micogaming only, as well as a line of new attractive slots, the latest one being Robin of Sherwood.