Jogo Global partners with SCCG Management – News from the European gaming industry


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Industry veteran Stephen Crystal to provide valuable support to the growing platform and content provider

Fast-growing platform provider and casino content developer Jogo Global has partnered with consultancy firm SCCG Management in an initiative that is expected to elevate the company’s strategic business development strategy .

SCCG Management is led by former lawmaker, lawyer and gaming industry veteran Stephen Crystal. With Crystal at the helm, SCCG Management has amassed decades of expertise in land and online gaming operations and talent acquisition, casino marketing and affiliate networks, the intersection of real money betting with electronic sports and gaming, virtual sports, fantasy and traditional sports, and sports betting and iGaming technology solutions.

Crystal’s superior industry knowledge and contacts will be of great benefit to Jogo Global’s future growth plans. The partnership marks another prominent industry figure who is involved with the company, following the appointment of Gaming Realms co-founder Simon Collins as non-executive chairman, as well as the hiring of Robb Vecchio as general manager of its American division.

Stephen Crystal, from SCCG Management, said: “Working alongside an ambitious company like Jogo Global has been an energizing experience for us.

“With a range of products and services that spans gaming platforms, premium mobile, online and land-based content, as well as custom software development and a gamification platform, we believe the company offers a very attractive offer. We look forward to supporting their future growth.

David Marcus, CEO of the global Jogo group, said, “Securing this partnership with SCCG Management is another important step that will further establish Jogo Global within the gaming industry.

“With Stephen’s 25 years of industry experience and SCCG Management’s strong presence in the land and online sectors, Jogo Global’s expansion opportunities will only increase with this new working relationship. “

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