Harald Neumann resigns as Novomatic CEO
Novomatic CEO Harald Neumann resigns. The supervisory board of the corporation approved his resignation. The application was submitted on February 29, in which Neiman indicated that he was forced to refuse to perform his duties for family reasons.
“On behalf of the firm's founder Johan Graf and Novomatic's Supervisory Board, I would like to thank Neumann for his work as Chairman of the Board over the past six years. He made a significant contribution to the successful expansion of the company,” said Bernd Oswald, Chairman of the Supervisory Board.
Neiman has served as CEO since 2014. It is reported that he will continue to work at Novomatic as a member of the Supervisory Board and an expert on international projects, and Richard Presh and Johannes Gratzl will share the duties of the head in the near future.
Novomatic is one of the largest developers of gambling games in the gambling industry. It has offices in 50 countries and supplies slot machines to land-based and online casinos. In 2019,passedG4 certification, which confirms that the brand supports the principles of responsible gambling.