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John Coleman steps down as CEO of Microgaming, replaced by COO Andrew Clucas

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John Coleman will step down as CEO of Microgaming, to be replaced by current COO Andrew Clucas.

Coleman will step down on December 31, 2021. He was named CEO of the company in June 2018, after serving as chief financial officer for nearly 14 years.

He led the group’s strategy and vision, diversified its product offering and elevated its position in the global market, Microgaming noted.

“I am honored to have led Microgaming as CEO – such an incredible company and people,” Coleman said. “After 17 years with the company, it is a natural moment for me personally to embark on the next adventure.

“Microgaming has put in place a strong leadership structure and an exciting future, and I am delighted to announce Andrew Clucas as my successor. Andy is a brilliant colleague, friend and leader, and I am confident he will lead Microgaming to a new success.

Clucas joined the group in 2009 and led various operational areas of the business, before being named COO in January 2018.

Clucas commented, “John has been an outstanding leader and ambassador for the company for nearly two decades, and I cannot commend him enough for his many accomplishments and contributions.

“I am delighted to succeed him – to be named CEO of Microgaming is an incredible honor, and I intend to lead the company with the same passion and commitment.”