June 16, 2010 (CAP News Wire) – Although the Dragonfish online gaming B2B firm has made great effort to emphasize that it runs independently of its parent company, 888, there’s no doubting that the two brands are, strategically, very closely aligned in their goals and their workings.
Now, the two companies are also closer than ever in their day-to-day management, as Dragonfish CEO Gabi Campos has decided to step down, and 888’s chief executive Gigi Levy steps in to temporarily helm both brands.
“Gabi Campos, who has held several Senior VP roles in 888 Holdings since 2007, has announced he is leaving Dragonfish to pursue new challenges following a prosperous number of years in which he established a team and a profitable business, grew revenues to $51m in 2009 and led important customer wins,” the company recently announced.
“We would like to thank Gabi for his contributions. During the interim period Dragonfish will be managed by Gigi Levy, CEO of 888 Holdings Plc. A replacement will be announced in due course, and 888 looks forward to further growth from Dragonfish in the future.”