Videoslots Welcomes Klas Winberg as Chief Commercial Officer

Videoslots Appoints Klas Winberg as New Chief Commercial Officer

Online casino company, Videoslots, has announced the appointment of Klas Winberg as its new chief commercial officer. Winberg, who is described as a “visionary leader with two decades of iGaming excellence,” brings a wealth of experience to his new role and will be responsible for driving success for the company.

According to Videoslots, Winberg is a performance-driven professional with a strong track record of success in the iGaming industry. Prior to joining Videoslots, he held positions at prominent online gambling companies such as Betfair, Catena Media, Raketech, and Expekt.

Before his appointment at Videoslots, Winberg served as the chief executive officer of Play North, where he played a pivotal role in driving business growth and overseeing the organization’s expansion. He was also instrumental in establishing effective departmental structures and leading successful brand development initiatives.

Winberg’s appointment to Videoslots’ senior management team is seen as a significant move for the company and reflects its commitment to strengthening its leadership and strategic capabilities. He is the second C-level appointment to the team, following the recent addition of Anna Komemi as chief operating officer.

Ulle Skottling, Videoslots’ deputy chief executive officer, welcomed Winberg as CCO and commended his expertise in the online gaming industry. Skottling expressed the company’s delight in having someone of Winberg’s caliber join its ranks, stating that his proven success in the iGaming industry will elevate the team’s strategic vision and drive future accomplishments.

In response to his new role, Winberg expressed his excitement about joining Videoslots, citing the company as a leader in games offering, industry expertise, and customer engagement. He expressed his eagerness to work with the team and praised their great and exciting plans for growth.

In other news, Videoslots has recently encountered issues in Sweden due to AML violations.