This comes as the company continues to expand its footprint and secures more key executives to spearhead the launch of the blockchain lottery company across Africa, with a focus on Nigeria as a key destination of operation.
Quanta hopes to bring a ground-breaking lottery solution that will not only meet market needs, but also lead to operational profitability soon after the official launch. Quanta’s CEO, Harmen Brenninkmeijer had this to say on the recent appointment of Schuengel:
“Experienced management will be vital for the success of Quanta. Frank is an e-gaming industry veteran whose global expertise and technical knowledge will benefit the company on its road to commercial success. I am confident that his extensive skillset and proven leadership will help us to focus on our goal of delivering value for our clients and shareholders.”
Previously, Schuengel worked for both Intralot and 188BET, and Brenninkmeijer believes the veteran will fit in well with Quanta’s own ambitions. Quanta has seen many C-level executives join the company in a bid to prepare for an expanded launch in November this year.
Quanta added Ioannis Papachristou as SVP Managing Director of Quanta’s Isle of Man’s arm and Stelios P Michaelides as the company’s new Chief Compliance Officer. Again in Nigeria, Quanta appointed Deji Enwezor as CEO. There have also been other noteworthy appointments in the company’s African division, strengthening the overall footprint of the company and sending good signals to stakeholders.