Buzz Bingo Appoints Harry Lang as Marketing Director

Former Pinnacle, Mecca Bingo and Foxy Bingo experienced marketer Lang will be responsible for brand and player acquisition across retail and digital business 

20 October 2020: Buzz Bingo, the UK’s largest retail Bingo operator with a dedicated digital output, has appointed Harry Lang as the company’s Marketing Director.

Harry brings with him over 15 years’ experience specifically in the field of online gaming. He is a welcome addition to boost further the brand’s existing marketing team; his role specifically will be to focus on driving forward customer acquisition in both the retail and digital business plus the brand overall.

Over his extensive career, Lang has led the marketing strategy and delivery for numerous brands including WMS,, Mecca Bingo, Foxy Bingo and Pinnacle.

In 2017 he founded Brand Architects, a strategic brand and marketing consultancy specialising in online and mobile gambling plus esports. The consultancy’s client roster included Genting Bet, PandaScore, Leon House/ AnonyMind, Rightlander, and most recently Buzz Bingo.

Jamie Queen, CCO of Buzz Bingo said: –

“Buzz Bingo is at an exciting stage in its evolution, so we’re delighted to welcome someone of Harry’s calibre and enthusiasm to the business. He brings with him a wealth of marketing leadership experience and is highly capable of steering the Buzz Bingo brand through the next stage of our growth.”

Harry Lang, Marketing Director of Buzz Bingo said: –

“Having recently worked with the Buzz Bingo team as a consultant I’m hugely excited to be joining at this exciting time in their journey. They’re building a great business with customers, entertainment and responsible gaming as their absolute focus so I can’t wait to get started.”

To learn more about how Buzz Bingo, please visit our website here follow us on Twitter @Buzz_Bingo or you can get in touch at [email protected]

Buzz Bingo is the UK’s largest retail bingo operator and launched its online platform, in September 2018.

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