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Bluberi Names Brennan Chief Product Officer, Suarez as VP of Operations

Bluberi Names Brennan Chief Product Officer, Suarez as VP of  Operations

Gaming company Bluberi made two significant hires last month.

Mike Brennan was added to its executive leadership team in the role of chief product officer. An industry veteran with a proven record of success, Brennan will lead the company’s product strategy and game development efforts.

Brennan joined Bluberi after more than 16 years with Atronic/GTECH, now IGT, ending his tenure there as vice president of product management. He led market-facing global product teams and visited properties throughout the world, observing player, operator and industry needs firsthand for well over a decade.

Ray Suarez has joined Bluberi as the company’s vice president of operations. Suarez is an industry veteran with more than 40 years of military and business experience, having served in the U.S. Marine Corps before entering the business world and finally the gaming industry.

He spent eight years at Konami Gaming as vice president of sales operations, and then became a consultant focusing on supply-chain management, operations, manufacturing, procurement and product launch for both gaming and non-gaming clients.

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