Scientific Games appoints Leigh Nissim as B2B interactive lead

Nasdaq-listed industry technology provider Scientific Games Corporation (SGC) has confirmed the appointment of Leigh Nissim as its new Managing Director of its B2B Interactive division.

Nissim joins SGC, having most recently served as CEO of London AIM-listed mobile games and platform provider Nektan Plc.

An industry veteran, Nissim has extensive B2B commercial development background having served in leadership positions for IGT Group (2012-2016) and GTECH G2 (2008-2010)

Following an extensive search for SGC Interactive’s B2B leader  Scientific Games Group Chief Executive Barry Cottle commented on the appointment of Nissim:

“We are thrilled to welcome Leigh Nissim to the SG Interactive® team and look forward to leveraging his experience, passion, and business savvy to take our RGS and SG Universe business to the next level. We are confident that under his leadership, our B2B business will continue to grow at an accelerated rate as we focus on delivering an exceptional player experience through our leading library of online and mobile interactive games.”

Leading SGC’s B2B interactive division, Nissim will be tasked with overseeing the business strategy of the firm’s Remote Gaming Server (RGS) and SG Universe games content.

“I’m delighted to join Scientific Games at an exciting time. The Interactive business has positive momentum, and I’m looking forward to leading the teams across our global business to contribute to the Company’s continued growth and success.” Nissim commented on joining SGC’s executive team

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