Russell Mifsud, gaming director at KPMG Malta, has been listed in the ‘Emerging Leaders of Gaming (ELG) 40 Under 40’.
The ELG program recognizes men and women in the global gaming industry, under the age of 40, who incorporate leadership roles and have contributed beyond expectations to their organizations and are already doing so. significant impacts on the gaming, entertainment, leisure and hospitality industries.
Commenting on this achievement, Russell said: “I am pleased to have been listed as an emerging leader and extremely proud that our industry initiatives are recognized globally. We are serving a dynamic and truly fast-paced industry. The opportunities are showing as the convergence of gambling, sports, video, media and sports continues to become increasingly intertwined. and I’m excited to see where it takes us. “
Russell expressed his appreciation and gratitude to Global Gaming Business, The Innovation Group, Richard Schuetz, KPMG US, KPMG Malta and his lead team, Valentina Franch and Mark O’Sullivan, for their “dedication, belief, and their hard work ”. He also congratulated the rest of the 4022 under 40 ELG class of 2022.
Innovation Group chairman Michael Soll commented: “The last 18 months have given industry and our individuals within it a chance to innovate, reinvent and re-prioritize. This year’s nominees reflected that opportunity. The young professionals mentioned in the year ‘40 Under 40 ’of this year are not only well equipped to run the industry since these extraordinary times but also uniquely informed to direct its future. ”
Roger Gros, publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine, added: “As always, this year’s class represents the best and brightest in the industry.”
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