Oleksandr Rudenko has been appointed as Playson’s new head of platform. The executive is joining as part of the iGaming content supplier’s team to help it spearhead its offer and deploy its product across more brands.
New Head of Platform to Spearhead Growth
Rudenko will be in charge of various projects for the company that ties directly to Playson’s infrastructure and integration. He will seek to systematically elevate the experience and improve its international footprint. Rudenko has worked with e-commerce projects and web platforms in the past, enabling him to bring value to the company.
Rudenko is not an outside hire either. He has been part of the Playson team for five years, with the company continuing its tradition to nurture and train talent internally before promoting people to more prominent positions. In Rudenko’s case, he has worked with the company on a number of projects and made a range of contributions with added value to the company’s long-term success.
In his previous role as head of integration and infrastructure, Rudenko was in charge of helping new partners on board and access Playson’s API. He will now help Playson to achieve its long-term growth objectives and reach partners worldwide. Commenting on the appointment, Playson CEO Alex Ivshin welcomed Rudenko in his new position as head of the platform.
He praised the man’s expertise with infrastructure and solutions as well as platform integrations and argued that Rudenko will play yet more important roles in expanding the product’s reach.
“The recent internal adjustments we’ve made will allow us to meet our enhanced growth plans, with our eyes set firmly on expanding and cementing our position in key markets across the world,” Ivshin said.
Rudenko Is Confident and Driven to Achieve Goals and Objectives
Rudenko expressed his excitement to be part of the Playson team and now stepping into his new position as head of the platform. He thanked the company for recognizing his ambition and drive to ensure that the Playson brand can achieve its long-term objectives under his leadership.
Playson operates in 20 regulated markets and already works with 140 partners worldwide. The company recently signed a partnership with Inbet with its innovative portfolio of slot games. Playson has also recently expanded its presence in Africa through Kiron Interactive.