Jonas Warrer, the head of GiG Media, has taken up a new role. He has been appointed as the acting CEO of Gaming Innovation Group (GiG). Jonas Warrer will be taking the helm of the company. His appointment is part of a plan to split GiG into two entities. This strategy aims to boost the company’s growth and increase its value to shareholders.
Jonas Warrer Becomes Acting CEO
Warrer took charge following the departure of the former CEO, Richard Brown. Brown left his post earlier this month. However, he will continue to serve GiG in a board advisory position. He will remain in this advisory role until the end of 2023.
The latest appointment is not Warrer’s first major role at GiG. He joined the company in 2017 when GiG acquired Rebel Penguin Aps. Prior to this, he founded and served as managing director of the company. Warrer played a key role in expanding GiG Media, leading to strong growth and development for the unit.
Key Management Changes in GiG
Besides the CEO change, there has been a shuffle in the other top-level positions as well. The Platform and Sportsbook division of the company got a new leader. Richard Carter was given the role of CEO of this division in August. This decision was part of the effort to reinforce the company’s leadership team.
Long before these changes, Jonas Warrer joined GiG in 2017. His entry into the company was through its acquisition of Rebel Penguin Aps. This was a company where Warrer was both the founder and the managing director. He played a key role in expanding GiG Media. His strategic planning has led to strong growth and noticeable development in the unit.
GiG’s Progress with Nextgen Software and Android
Under Warrer’s leadership, GiG Media has made significant strides. They have been particularly impressive in the field of nextgen software. This has led to the development of innovative gaming solutions for Android users. These achievements underscore GiG’s commitment to staying at the forefront of technology. With Warrer now as acting CEO, we can expect more such advancements. The future of GiG looks promising indeed.