Angel Jane Agius, long-standing employee at San Francisco-based iGaming giant Jackpot, has been promoted to Vice President (VP) of Marketing International.

Ms Agius took to social media to celebrate her appointment.

Angel Jane Agius / LinkedIn

Founded in 2016, Jackpot has since become an international industry leader in the online lottery sector. The company seeks to fundamentally change the lottery experience through innovation and variety, whilst also offering users a variety of casino games, scratch cards, and instant-win games.

“I am so humbled and pleased to announce my new role as VP of Marketing International at Jackpot,” Ms Agius began.

“These four years that I’ve spent here have been the most fulfilling and rewarding years in my career, and I can’t thank [Co-Founder] Yariv Ron and the rest of the team enough for giving me this opportunity and trusting me with this role,” she continued.

Ms Agius’ experience at Jackpot dates back to July 2018, when she joined the company as Head of Customer Relationship Management (CRM).

Over the proceeding years, she enjoyed a series of promotions – to Head of CRM and Acting Head of Marketing in August 2020, to Head of Marketing in January 2022, and most recently, to VP of Marketing International.

“What a journey this has been! I’m going to embrace this challenge and give it my all. Looking forward to what lies ahead… let’s do this,” she concluded.

Prior to joining Jackpot, Ms Agius built up a wealth of experience in the local iGaming industry, having served as Head of CRM at Videoslots and as CRM Manager and Marketing Campaign Coordinator at Betsson Group.

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