iGaming supplier EveryMatrix announces the appointment of Staffan Cnattingius as its new Director of Business Development for Latin America markets. The iGaming veteran will oversee the company’s expansion in Latin America and manage the commercial efforts as a part of the Global Sales team.
Having spent over two decades in the gambling industry serving in managerial roles in both online and land-based casino operations, Staffan Cnattingius is an expert in the Latin American gambling world. The new Director of Business Development joins EveryMatrix after successful tenures at Play’n GO, Copacabana Gaming, and QTech, among others.
With broad experience servicing European Tier-1 operators, EveryMatrix is a B2B provider offering an in-house proprietary turnkey platform, including casino, sports, affiliate management and payments solution. The organisation is set to strengthen its market position in Latin America and also in the United States in the upcoming years. Recently, the company opened its first U.S. commercial hub in Miami, Florida, which plays a pivotal role in growing its footprint in the region.
Erik Nyman, President Americas at EveryMatrix, comments: “I am excited to have Staffan joining our Americas team. He comes with unique experience, in-depth product knowledge, relationships and not least an impressive track record of success in Latin America. His professional experience will enable EveryMatrix’s goal of becoming the leading turnkey provider in the region. Staffan is the right man for the job, and I wish him welcome aboard.”
Staffan Cnattingius, Director of Business Development for Latin America at EveryMatrix, adds: “I’m delighted to be joining EveryMatrix during such an exciting phase of growth in regions I know so well. The company has a remarkable content suite and great coverage in both casino and sports, all delivered via a stellar platform built on amazing technology. But more importantly, EveryMatrix has a fantastic team and great organisational culture, which I’m looking forward to being a part of.”