Gaming distributor eyes expanded team to drive next phase of growth
3 Oaks Gaming, the fast-growing distributor of iGaming content, has opened an office on the Isle of Man to accelerate the company’s plans to expand its operations and penetrate regulated markets worldwide.
The investment into a new office space reaffirms 3 Oaks Gaming’s commitment to the territory, after it was recently granted a supplier licence by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission.
The company is actively recruiting for a variety of new roles for its new office space, with an expanded team expected to provide 3 Oaks with a superior position to continue developing its influence within the global iGaming industry.
Spearheaded by a highly experienced team of industry executives, 3 Oaks Gaming was unveiled to the marketplace in January 2022 and continues to build on a very positive launch period, striving to become a leading iGaming distributor.
Interest for its cutting-edge casino content is high from operators and aggregators worldwide, which consists of highly engaging slot games and supporting promotional tools that drive increased engagement.
Sebastian Damian, Managing Director of 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “To match our ambitious growth strategy, it is imperative that we have a workspace that increases our potential output and attracts the right talent to help the company grow.
“The Isle of Man is a thriving hub for the industry, and we are proud to anchor our operations there and call the island home. This new office space marks the beginning of what will be a prosperous journey for us and one for which we have laid down the foundations for success.”
Chris Reilly, Strategic Partnership Manager at Digital Isle of Man, added: “It is a great show of faith when companies set down roots on the Isle and we’re very pleased to welcome 3 Oaks’ commitment to the Isle of Man through the opening of its new office.
“We pride ourselves on being one of the pre-eminent locations for leading iGaming businesses and look forward to working with 3 Oaks to ensure they can maximise their potential on the island.”