Chalikias appointed as the new Favbet CEO

8 Feb 2017

Favbet CEOThere is a change in the position of the Chief Executive Officer in Favbet, with Nikos Chalikias being the one that was promoted in the position of Favbet CEO. Malta and Ukraine-based Eastern European sports betting operator Favbet made the announcement just yesterday. The Greek have served as the firm’s Chief Commercial Officer (CCO – 2016) and following a candidate internal and external review. The promotion of Chalikias has been approved by Favbet owner Andrii Valierevich. The Greek CEO has a great experience when it comes to Eastern European sports betting. After all, he has been a Chief Executive Officer at Gaming Synergies Ltd (2014-2016) and also served as Managing Director of Novibet.com (2013-2016).

Chalikias commented on Favbet’s goals and ambitions for the running year: «I am excited about the opportunity to lead Favbet organisation into the next phase. After all they have such a unique, strong CIS heritage and growing international presence over the last 17 years. I look forward to working with its experienced and talented team to take Favbet crown forward to an exciting new future.».

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