Aristocrat Gaming

Aristocrat Gaming™ has appointed experienced slot games specialist Marie Hubaud to the newly created role of Senior Market Manager for France.

A graduate of SKEMA Business School, Lille and an Executive Master of Business Administration in Digital Strategies, Marie Hubaud was most recently Sales & Marketing Director at LUDI SFM for six years and has also served in senior commercial, marketing and management roles for a diverse range of blue chip brands in FMCG and pharmaceutical sectors, as well as enjoying spells of volunteering with charitable organizations.

Chris Rowe, Managing Director of LATAM & EMEA, Aristocrat Gaming said, “France is a key market for Aristocrat Gaming. Over the last decade, we’ve established a significant footprint across French gaming floors and a loyal following amongst players. Marie has extensive knowledge of the market and will serve as a conduit of support for our long-standing SFM distributor, Société Française de Commercialisation d’Appareils Automatiques (SFC2A). We look forward to strengthening our partnership with them and the many French operators with whom we have shared much success in recent years.”

Marie Hubaud will report to Erik van den Berg, General Manager of EMEA, Aristocrat Gaming.

Aristocrat Technologies Inc. is a subsidiary of Aristocrat Leisure Limited, a global games leader with more than 6,500 employees. The company is licensed in over 300 gaming jurisdictions, operates in more than 90 countries, and offers a unique blend of products and services. The company is the leading designer, manufacturer, and distributor of Class III games as well as Class II Innovations for Native American casinos and emerging markets. The company’s mission is to bring joy to life through the power of play. Its values are rooted in creativity and technology, and the company has a rich history of innovation that has shaped the gaming industry over many decades.

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