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LeoVegas promotes Jarl Modén to Group CPO

Jarl Modén – LeoVegas AB

Updating the market, Stockholm-listed online gambling operator LeoVegas Group AB has confirmed the promotion of Jarl Modén to the senior executive position of Chief Product Officer (CPO).

Modén has been a LeoVegas product executive since 2014, acting as a key stakeholder in a number of group projects and tech developments. Modén most recently held the position of Head of Product within LeoVegas Stockholm division.

As new group CPO, Modén will lead all LeoVegas product management and day-to-day operations, as the company seeks to optimise its online casino and sports betting portfolio.

“Ever since I started with LeoVegas, I’ve always been extremely impressed and inspired by the amazing growth and drive of my colleagues in developing the best mobile gaming experience in the market. I look very much forward to work in my new role as CPO and will continue to build the leading product organization in the industry and accelerate our product innovation further,” Moden commented on becoming CPO.

LeoVegas governance informs that Moden was chosen as group product lead, following a transition period in which Modén acted as CPO.

Updating investors, Gustaf Hagman, Group CEO at LeoVegas, commented: “It felt natural that Jarl should be the one to shoulder the responsibility as our new CPO. He is the perfect individual to continue to build our product organization, which together with our tech organisation, accounts for a quarter of LeoVegas’ workforce. Jarl is also a person who represents our corporate culture in an exemplary manner and I look forward to see what he and his team will be able to achieve in the future.”

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