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Tal Zamstein becomes Rabbit Entertainment CEO

| By Richard Mulligan
Tal Zamstein has been named chief executive of operator and supplier Rabbit Entertainment.

The Malta-headquartered group said Zamstein (pictured) plans to invest in infrastructure and expand in key markets in his new role.

Zamstein took over at Löwen Play, which is part-owned by Gauselmann Group, in January 2020 following senior positions at a number of major operators in the igaming sector, including Fortuna Group’s head of gaming and Merkur Interactive operations director.

His new employer Rabbit operates the brands Lapalingo and Lord Lucky, as well as offering white label and content to clients.

He said: “I’m delighted to be taking over as CEO of Rabbit Entertainment and look forward to the challenge of helping build on the company’s strategy reshape to release further potential, including capitalising on the certification in Germany.

“The business is entering a new phase and I have identified a number of actions necessary to further strengthen the company’s position.

“Both Lapalingo and Lord Lucky have universal appeal that will help our business go from strength-to-strength and I look forward to building on that legacy further with a focused multi-brand strategy in our key markets.”

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