Victoria Bonner Appointed Pragmatic Play's New Head of Marketing

Publish: 03.10.2017

Maltese provider of digital casino games for the online gaming industry Pragmatic Play has appointed Victoria Bonner as the company’s new Head of Marketing.

Bonner has a vast marketing experience stretching back over a decade, while her arrival will further strengthen Pragmatic Play’s executive team.

Experienced Addition to the Team

Before joining the Malta-based developer, Bonner held the position of Events Manager at another online gaming giant, NetEnt AB, where she led organizing and leading customer days, game launch events, and conference showcases at various events including G2E, EiG and ICE Totally Gaming.

She also spent some time at such companies as Microsoft, Google, and the Royal Bank of Scotland, where she was responsible for public relations and marketing.

As the new Head of Marketing, Bonner will be in charge of industry communications, partner marketing initiatives and public relations.

Working Together

Yossi Barzely, Pragmatic Play Head of Business Development, welcomed Victoria to the team, and added everyone was thrilled to have her on board. Barzely described her results as impressive and commended her vast experience, which would undoubtedly make her an invaluable addition to the business.

As the company expands its business into the new regulated markets, people like Bonner will make a significant contribution to Pragmatic Play’s ambitious plans for the future.

Bonner had kind words of her own. She said Pragmatic Play was a growing force in the slot game development, with releases such as Jurassic Giants and Pixie Wings underlining its strength and potential.

She added she was both delighted to have joined this talented team and eager to help contribute to the company’s future growth and in becoming one of the best-known and most respected providers in the industry.

Pragmatic Play is one of the leading names in the industry, with a portfolio of over 80 HTML5 and 80 mobile games, available in 22 languages, to consumers in 78 countries around the world.