Therese Hillman has announced that she will be leaving her position as CEO of gaming supplier NetEnt.
“I would lie if I would say that my 3 years as the CEO have been easy and fun. It has truly been a challenge from day one and a lot of tough decisions had to be made,” she wrote in a post on LinkedIn, in which she thanked colleagues, customers and collaborators.
“We have had our highs and lows and I am very thankful for the hard work that was carried out with exciting game releases, new market entries, the Red Tiger acquisition and much more, and at the same time, going through savings programs and re-organizations,” Ms Hillman continued.
The former CEO joined NetEnt as CFO in 2017, going on to be made CEO in 2018. The gaming supplier made local news last December after cutting its workforce in its Malta-based live casino studio ahead of its merger with Evolution.
Acknowledging the merger in her message, Ms Hillman wrote, “now, our group has been integrated to Evolution and is in the best of hands. I am excited to see how the business will continue to develop and I am also looking forward to see the product innovations that will be offered to operators and players around the world.”
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