Deji Enwezor to lead Quanta Nigeria as new CEO

Blockchain lottery Quanta has continued to grow its footprint in the African market by confirming the appointment of Deji Enwezor as the Chief Executive Officer of Quanta Nigeria.

Enwezor joins Quanta from International Lottery & Gaming where he was CEO. Prior to that, he was a Sports Lotto Consultant at National Sports Lottery and also worked in executive and operations at Lagtech Ltd, Adasi777 Ltd, Winlot Global Resources Ltd and Superior Games Ltd.

He has also served as a consultant for the Ghana National Lottery Authority, Africa Millions Jackpot, GTECH, Arsenal Lotto Nigeria, Skillrock Technology Ltd, and Lots Services Ghana Ltd.

“Our company is continuously growing its footprint in various ways, developing local relationships in Africa that help us to achieve the goal of being a primary entertainment hub of games around having a social impact,” said Quanta CEO Harmen Brenninkmeijer.

“We need competitive people in our company. In this case, our whole team is very happy to have Deji. He is a pioneer in the gaming industry. We are very proud of what we have today thus we are looking forward to the best and brightest future of our company in Nigeria with Deji.”

Enwezor will bring with him a wealth of experience from across the gaming, online lottery and sports betting sectors. Throughout his career, he has overseen the development, implementation and management of game strategies which have been ‘designed to meet important and or challenging business needs’.

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