Reflex Gaming, the leading, UK-based, multi-channel gaming company, has announced the appointment of former Inspired Executive Board member and founder of Impulse Gaming, Mat Ingram, to the newly created post of Chief Product Officer. Mat, who has 20-years experience in the development of gaming products and the growth of gaming businesses, reports directly to the Reflex Board.
Announcing the appointment, Reflex, Managing Director, Quentin Stott, said: “Mat joins Reflex at an extremely exciting phase in our development. From a standing start some 12 years ago, we have grown to command a healthy share of the single site market for Category C gaming machines, been recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing tech companies, moved into a new £1.5m multi-purpose manufacturing facility and made the successful transition into social gaming.
I am certain that Mat will prove to be a great asset to the Reflex business and I am absolutely delighted to have him on board at this exciting time for everyone involved with the organisation
“Mat spent over a decade at Inspired Gaming Group, most recently as Managing Director, Interactive and the experience gained with what is one of the world’s largest providers of Server-based Gaming machines, will prove invaluable. His role is to consolidate and grow our healthy position in the traditional Reflex gaming markets but also, to drive the deployment of more content across the full range of gaming channels. I am certain that Mat will prove to be a great asset to the Reflex business and I am absolutely delighted to have him on board at this exciting time for everyone involved with the organisation.”
Reflecting on the opportunity, Mat Ingram added: “Throughout my career I have been fortunate to be involved in some really exciting projects from the days at Impulse where we grew it to a £22m turnover business in just three years, to my decade working at Inspired. My role at Reflex represents the next chapter and I cannot wait to bring my experience, knowledge and passion for gaming to the newly created post of Chief Product Officer.”