Gamomat Taps Dimitry Völkle as Head of Partnerships

Developer of iGaming products Gamomat has tapped a new head of its distribution division and chief partnership officer to give a boost to its product scaling and sales. As a result, Dimitry Völkle will now be heading the company’s efforts in making its products known to consumers and partner brands. Völkle is a former Tipico employee with extensive experience in the iGaming sector.

More Executive Talent to Help with Distribution

His professional path has taken him through numerous companies, including Zelda Consulting and Kerberos Compliance, along with his three-and-a-half stint with Tipico, a leading sportsbook and gaming company.

Overall, Völkle has spent 13 years at Booxware Softwaresysteme where he worked as a software developer, and points to how well-versed the executive is in all aspects of the iGaming business. Commenting on this opportunity in the press release, Dietmar Hermjohannes, Gamomat’s founder, welcomed Völkle:

“I am absolutely delighted that we were able to convince Dimitry to be our chief partnership officer. As an exceptionally well-connected market strategist with extensive industry experience, he will be invaluable in achieving our ambitious growth targets.”

Gamomat founder Dietmar Hermjohannes

Established Footprint in iGaming, Time for Growth

Gamomat is a brand with an established name in the iGaming market. It proudly bears the trademark “Made in Germany” and translates that benchmark into some of the best online casino gaming products. The company is responsible for an extensive variety of titles, including Sevens Fire, 5 Flaring Fruits, Mayan Fire, Book of Oasis, Royal Seven Ultra, Books & Bounties Lava Lions, and many other slots experiences.

The Gamomat brand is currently responsible for 130 online slots for real money and the brand is also represented in the social casino vertical. The titles are also available in 35 countries and have been translated into 27 languages.

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