Videoslots Advances Kim Lindsjö to Lead Affiliate Department, a front-runner in the iGaming industry, has elevated Kim Lindsjö to the role of Head of Affiliates.

Lindsjö, who marked his eight-year tenure with Videoslots on June 2nd, began his journey as a Junior Affiliate Manager, thereafter transitioning to a senior role within the same division. Earlier this year, he was appointed Head of Affiliates, reflecting his growth within the company.

Since his promotion, Lindsjö has already reinforced his team by onboarding three new affiliate managers in quick succession, introducing new processes, and realigning focus and priorities, thus allowing for the evolution of the affiliate side of the business within the iGaming landscape.

One significant task that Lindsjö will be overseeing in the near future is the migration to a new affiliate platform. This strategic move aims to streamline Videoslots’ affiliate list, stimulate growth, and drive superior results.

Before joining Videoslots in 2015, Lindsjö honed his skills within the sales sector before transitioning to the affiliate industry, bringing a unique perspective to his current role.

Ulle Skottling, Deputy CEO at Videoslots, said: “Kim has been a vital part of Videoslots’ work within the affiliates side of the business over the past eight years and his latest promotion is testament to his hard work and achievements since he started in 2015.

“With Kim at the helm, the affiliate team is in good hands and he has some fantastic plans moving forward that will strengthen our reputation.”

Kim Lindsjö, Head of Affiliates at Videoslots, said: “Celebrating my eight-year anniversary as Videoslots’ Head of Affiliates is a fantastic way to look back on my time here with fond memories.

“The affiliate side of the business is playing a key role and the majority of the revenue is obtained via affiliates meaning this is extremely important for the growth and success of the company.

“There is plenty to look forward over the next 12 months. We are entering new markets, meaning we need to find quality affiliates within these regions. This involves traveling, attending conferences and a lot of negotiations and testing, which I am really looking forward to.”

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