Realistic Games has today (Monday) announced that Andy Harris has resigned as chief executive of the company.
Harris will step down from the role with immediate effect, but remain with the firm for a number of months to lead the initial transitional phase.
Harris spent six years with the company, joining in 2012 as commercial director and was promoted to position role of chief executive in April 2016.
Realistic said Harris has played a “significant part” in driving success during his six years with the company, which has in turn led to establishing the firm as an “essential supplier to many of the world’s leading gambling operators”.
In a statement, Harris said: “It has been an honour to be at the helm of Realistic Games and I am confident that the company will continue to do what it has always done best: deliver innovative and market leading content to players, supported by first-class service to its operating partners.”
Andy Cattrell, founding director at Realistic, also said: “I would like to thank Andy for his instrumental role in driving the growth of Realistic.
“It is disappointing for us to lose someone of his calibre, but he leaves the business in great shape, with a capable and talented team ready to meet the challenges ahead.”
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