Jette Nygaard-Andersen to Take a Break before Pursuing New Opportunity

Jette Nygaard-Andersen, the former CEO of Entain, recently parted ways with the global gaming company. Nearly a month after her departure, Nygaard-Andersen took to LinkedIn to share her thoughts on leaving the company.

In her statement, the ex-CEO acknowledged that the decision to leave Entain was not an easy one. She expressed gratitude to all those who supported her during her three-year tenure as CEO and commended the efforts of everyone involved in the transformation of the company. Nygaard-Andersen emphasized that Entain is now stronger than ever, attributing this strength to the company’s evolution from GVC and its heightened focus on governance, compliance, and player safety.

Furthermore, Nygaard-Andersen highlighted Entain’s adoption of a more efficient growth strategy across both established and new markets, resulting in what she described as “excellent quality of earnings.” She also praised her former team for their professionalism and passion, particularly in their response to the challenges posed by the global pandemic.

Describing the current state of Entain, Nygaard-Andersen noted that the company now prioritizes responsible operations, with a commitment to 100% regulated activities and a customer-centric approach. As a result, the Entain brand has become synonymous with trustworthiness and reliability, both among business partners and consumers. Operating in over 30 territories and employing approximately 30,000 individuals, Entain has solidified its position as a reputable and influential player in the gaming industry.

Looking ahead, Nygaard-Andersen expressed gratitude for the opportunity to collaborate with talented individuals at Entain and revealed her intention to take a break before considering her next executive role.

In conclusion, she emphasized the need for strategic thinkers and innovators in the gaming industry, highlighting the importance of adapting and innovating to meet the evolving needs and expectations of customers.