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Gibraltar – Glück Games appoints Rafael Razim as its new CTO

By - 21 August 2017

Glück Games, the Gibraltar and Berlin-based ‘casual-real money games’ developer, aggregator and technology provider, has announced the appointment of Rafael Razim its new, full-time Chief Technology Officer.

Mr. Razim has significant experience in the iGaming sector and is recognised as one of Berlin’s top CTOs. He previously co-founded Berlin-based GimiGames, a VC-backed multiplayer skill-gaming platform, and a real-money poker-company in Malta. He joins Glück Games as “late co-founder” and part of the management team.

The appointment comes after 18-months of strong successes for the young, rapidly-growing iGaming developer based in Berlin and Gibraltar. Glück Games specialises in producing real money gaming content for the broad, lottery-playing demographic. Its games are now hitting an annualised sales run rate of circa €45m within 12 months of going live with operators including Lottoland and Lottohelden

“Our Berlin development team has expanded from just four people at the start to over twenty now. From a standing start, that team produced over 40 new games and our own, unique, Remote Gaming & Commerce Server (RGCS) in 2016”, said CEO, Robert Lenzhofer.

“Throughout 2017 we are producing a further 100 games, our own game development kit and further enhancing our RGCS both in terms of new features and ever-improved levels of reliability. That level of ambition required a heavyweight CTO and, in Rafael, we now have that.”

Mr. Razim also commented: “I have been seeking my next challenge for some time now but it didn’t take very long, after talking to Robert and meeting the team, to decide that I had found that, here, with Glück. What they have achieved in such a short space of time and with so little resources is very impressive. The technology products and platform enhancements that we have planned will surely propel us to an even higher level and I am very excited to be part of the journey that lies ahead of us.”

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