Manjri Borg Bindra has joined Ta’ Xbiex-based iGaming company Betsson Group as Senior Human Resources Business Partner.

Ms Borg Bindra revealed her appointment on social media.

Manrji Borg Bindra / LinkedIn

“A little over five years ago, I started my Betsson journey as Operations Manager in the Technology Department, and later was entrusted to also take on an increased scope for full Product Development and build and lead the Operational Excellence Team,” she wrote.

“I couldn’t be prouder of my team and what we have achieved together of the past couple of years! But now it’s time for me to move on and embark on the next leg of my journey, and I’m so happy that I have the opportunity to do that at Betsson,” she continued.

Prior to joining Betsson in 2017, Ms Borg Bindra built up a wealth of experience in the local iGaming and tech industries.

Her previous roles include Service Manager at Betclic Everest Group, Service Co-Ordinator and Technical Services Officer at the Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA), and Trainer at STC Training.

Betsson Group started out from a single slot machine in 1963. Nowadays, the Swedish multi-national company employs around 1,800 people from over 60 countries across 10 different locations.

The company operates approximately 20 brands, including Betsafe, Guts, Casino Winner, and Casino.dk.

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