FBM Digital Systems

Roberto Regianini has been appointed CEO of Malta-based online gaming company FBM Digital Systems.

Roberto Regianini / Twitter

Bringing over 20 years of experience in the gaming industry to the new role, Mr Regianini says of the position, “when I was challenged to lead this project, I couldn’t hide my enthusiasm. We have a portfolio of high-quality titles covering different game types and a team ready to deliver and surpass expectations. We already have a plan with clear targets defined for each market and we are confident that FBM Digital Systems expansion during 2021 will be remarkable.”

FBM Digital Systems recently obtained its license from the Malta Gaming Authority.

Prior to his new role, Mr Regianini has played a part in developing successful projects in several countries, including Mexico, Spain, Argentina, the United States and Philippines among others.

Commenting on the appointment, Renato Almeida, Director at FBM, says, “Roberto is a professional with solid know-how of the industry and a global network. These two factors were really important to us and we are sure that he will be able to use all the knowledge collected in different markets and roles during his career to extract the maximum potential of the FBMDS portfolio of games.”

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