NETeller exec switches to Microgaming network

The rapidly-expanding Microgaming network has announced yet another addition to their team, only this time it's not a poker room: It's former vice president of sales and marketing for NETeller, Bruce Elliott.

The announcement came Monday of this week, with Elliott appointed head of Microgaming's business development and marketing, effective immediately.

Elliott makes the shift after four years with NETeller and joins a booming network in Microgaming - one that has added almost 20 new poker and casino sites to its ranks in the last 12 months and proffered the most aggressive games rollout schedule in the industry.

"Having known many of the Microgaming team from my time working on the Isle of Man," Elliott said, "it is great to now be part of what is undoubtedly one of the powerhouses of the gaming industry.

"It's clear to anyone from the outside that the company has been experiencing a significant level of growth in recent years, and I look forward to helping continue that trend as part of their team."

Microgaming CEO Roger Raatgever echoes that sentiment.

"We are delighted to welcome Bruce on board at an extremely exciting time in our industry.

"The business has expanded significantly over the past year, and Bruce's experience will prove invaluable in driving this success forward across a diverse range of new markets."

Prior to NETeller, Elliott worked for GE Capital in sales and marketing.

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