Alison Amato Lowell, outgoing Administration Manager at IT company Royce Tech, announced that she will be joining Casumo as Workplace Experience Manager.

“Today is my last day at Royce Tech as I take on a new challenge in my career. I am so proud of the team I had and what we managed to achieve in such a short period of time.” Ms Amato Lowell wrote on social media.

“I am happy to say that I will be joining iGaming giant Casumo as a Workplace Experience Manager. So honoured to be working alongside Ms Beatrice Svensson and her team. Super excited to meet all Casumo employees and I look forward to being a part of the company’s continued success and growth. Let’s create some magic,” she continued.

Ms Amato Lowell has held a plethora of administration-related roles throughout her career.

Prior to joining Royce Tech in 2021, she worked at local real estate company Alliance Group as Head of Administration for just under a year.

Before that, she held three similar roles at Remax over the course of 14 years, starting out as an Office Administrator back in 2006.

Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Malta, Casumo is a mobile-first online gaming group providing casino and sportsbook products.

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