Tallinn-listed gaming operator Olympic Entertainment Group (OEG) has appointed Corey Plummer as its new chief executive.

Plummer has been a member of EOG’s supervisory board since May and has more than 20 years of international gaming experience.

This includes serving as founder and president of North Sea Gaming, a sector-focused independent advisory firm, as well as senior executive roles at Holland Casino, Caesars Entertainment, Rush Street Gaming and Aristocrat Technologies.

Plummer replaces Madis Jääger, who has served as CEO for the past seven years, and will remain as a senior advisor to OEG.

The company’s reorganisation also sees Omer Efraim appointed to the management board as chief technology officer. Efraim has more than 15 years of software development experience, including stints as CTO of Skywind Group and heading the live casino games division at Playtech.

In addition Meelis Pielberg’s role as OEG chief operating officer has been expanded to include direct oversight of local country operations and business development.

All three management board members will be based at OEG’s headquarters in Tallinn, Estonia.

“I would like to thank Madis for his dedicated leadership at OEG over the past seven years and look forward to continuing to benefit from his insight in his role as a senior advisor,” said OEG supervisory board chairman Stephen Peel. “As Olympic enters the next phase in its development, we are delighted to have Corey and Omer join the senior leadership team together with Meelis to lead the company’s ambitious growth strategy.”

Commenting on his appointment, Plummer said: “I am excited about the opportunity to lead Olympic in its next chapter. The company has a strong history of success and is an excellent platform for growth and leadership in our industry.”

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