Oddslife appoints Alexandru Teodorescu as Chief Product Officer

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Rasmus Sojmark & Alexandru Teodorescu

Social sports and gaming platform provider Oddslife Ltd has announced the appointment of Alexandru Teodorescu as its Chief Product Officer (CPO).

Teodorescu joins Oddslife from online betting software and platform provider EveryMatrix (2005 – November 2015) where he held a number of senior management roles focusing on both strategic and commercial initiatives.

Reporting to Oddslife Founder and CEO Rasmus Sojmark, Teodorescu will be charged with leading overall product development, strategy and optimisation.

Teodorescu takes charge of Oddslife’s core product, as the firm continues to extend its social partnerships with European media companies such as MARCA (Spain), LiveSport.eu (Czech Republic) and Football.ua (Ukraine).

Speaking on the appointment of Alexandru, Oddslife CEO Rasmus Sojmark commented:

“It’s a real coup appointing Alexandru to lead Oddslife product operations. His deep knowledge of betting and user engagement will immensely help product development in what will be a busy 2016 for our company. I have no doubt we will build an exceptional product together.”

Alexandru Teodorescu commented on joining Oddslife:

“It is with great pleasure that I am joining Oddslife! To be part of its development and future success give me great enthusiasm. With its unique business proposition and a fantastic team Rasmus has put together, Oddslife will become a real game changer for sports and gaming engagement in the digital media space.”

 

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