Campaign India Team
May 22, 2023

Deltatech appoints Joydeep Mukherjee

Moves from myclassroom

Deltatech appoints Joydeep Mukherjee
Deltatech Gaming has announced the appointment of Joydeep Mukherjee as chief marketing officer for Adda52 Poker and Adda Games. 
 
He will be responsible for leading the brand's marketing strategy and operations.
 
Mukherjee moves from myclassroom, where he was chief marketing officer. 
 
Shivanandan Pare, executive director and CEO, Deltatech Gaming, said, “We are extremely bullish about the future of online poker in India, especially after the regulatory clarity emerging from the government. We now look forward to an era where online poker goes mainstream and becomes part of Indian pop culture. We look forward to Joydeep with his body of experience across the telecom, online education, and consulting enabling this in a holistic manner.”
 
Joydeep Mukherjee, chief marketing officer, Deltatech Gaming, said, "I am elated to join the Deltatech Gaming team. The real money gaming industry is seeing widespread participation from across the country as more and more customers explore alternate forms of entertainment, which deeply engage and thrill customers. With Adda52 poker and the entire suite of games in Addagames, I believe Deltatech is well-positioned to serve customers across the spectrum. I look forward to working together and creating a delightful playing experience for our customers." 
 
In a career spanning over 19 years, he has also worked with Airtel, Wipro and Deloitte, among others. 
 
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Campaign India

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