The Gaming Intelligence Hot 50 is a prestigious event that exalts the people who have made a difference to the betting industry over the past year.
In addition, the event is celebrating a decade of honors and names the personalities of the global industry with a research process that aims to discover and recognize talented and inspiring professionals who work in the betting scenario.
The Gaming Intelligence Hot 50 2021 is supported by two major partners, NetEnt and Red Tiger. From executives to customer support employees, game designers, lawyers or financial advisers. The Hot 50 is the ideal opportunity to value all those who have drawn attention in favor of the industry.
This time, the nomination period was open until October 14. Over the past few months, names of highlights have been selected to make the list, in addition to some stories of the companies that have been revealed to further enhance the award.
Categories of Gaming Intelligence Hot 50 2021
This year, the Gaming Intelligence Hot 50 was divided into 10 categories, with five honorees in each one. This ensures that team members are as revered as their leaders. The categories were as follows:
- Product and technology;
- Legal and compliance;
- Human Resources;
- Business development;
- Responsible gambling;
- Rising stars and leaders;
Peter Nolte was honored for his work in Latin America
Salsa Technology CEO Peter Nolte was honored in the Business Development category, along with Luci Apostolou (Playtech), Paul Gielbert (Eyecon), Brian Kraft (Netent) and Petert Zall (Betsson Group).
With more than two decades of experience in the online and face-to-face gaming sector, mainly due to his role as director in Brazil of IGT and Cirsa, Nolte was described as someone in a position to assume a leadership position in one of the markets with the greatest potential in the world. planet.
“This tribute is not just about the potential to be extracted from Brazil in the near future. Nolte had a fantastic year ”, appears in his official presentation at the Gaming Intelligence Hot 50.
He successfully contributed to the company’s rebrand from Patagonia to Salsa with the acquisition of the game studio Wild Rabbit. In addition, he closed more than 30 deals with operators and platforms in Latin America.
With a license from MGA and a certification request for Salsa in Spain, Nolte is also working to expand the company’s business in Europe.