Real Luck Group, the operator of the Luckbox esports betting brand, has named Thomas Rosander as the replacement for Quentin Martin.
UK.- The Isle of Man-headquartered Real Luck Group, which operates the Luckbox esports betting brand, has appointed Thomas Rosander as its new chief executive.
Rosander joined the group in February as chief customer offer. He was previously chief executive of Dunder Casino for three years.
Before that, he served as chief product officer at Mr Green from March 2014 to December 2016. He previously did stints at video games developer Electronic Arts as engagement director and business intelligence director and at bwin as section head of business of intelligence.
Rosander replaces Quentin Martin, who became CEO of Luckbox just over a year ago. In other recent changes, the group has appointed Nevzat Ucar as head of content and Ran Kaspi as chief financial officer.
Rosander said: “I am thrilled to be taking over as CEO and look forward to leading the company as we scale the business.
“We have a talented and experienced team here at Luckbox, and I am confident that we can build on the excellent work done so far under Quentin’s leadership to make Luckbox a world-leading esports betting destination.”
Real Luck chairman Drew Green said: “Thomas’s past industry success and unique operational skill sets made him the optimal choice to become our CEO as we enter our next phase, execute the concise plan Thomas established as CCO of Luckbox and build a company culture that’s focused on profitable growth.
“Thomas has a proven track record of scaling similar businesses to Luckbox profitably, and joined us having been CEO of Dunder Casino which saw a compound monthly growth rate above 17% over two years.
“I would like to take this opportunity to wish Quentin all the best in his future endeavours.”