Campaign India Team
Aug 25, 2021

Newgen Gaming appoints Akshay Paul as CMO

Moves from GOQii where he was heading marketing

Akshay Paul
Akshay Paul
Newgen Gaming, a gaming and esports company, has appointed Akshay Paul as co-founder and chief marketing officer.
 
Paul will be heading the company’s marketing, branding and overall business initiatives.
 
He moves from GOQii where he was heading marketing. 
 
Paul said, “I’ve been a gamer and an esports enthusiast since I can remember. Having played competitively myself, I know the thrills of the sport. I am excited to join the amazing team at Newgen Gaming - Penta Esports, who have some exciting plans for the esports ecosystem in India. I am sure it is going to be an amazing experience working alongside some of the best in the business.”
 
Anurag Khurana, CEO and co-founder, Newgen Gaming, added,  “Our plan is to scale up the business rapidly and contribute to the fast moving esports industry. With his immense experience, we are confident that Akshay will lead the team to successfully mark our place in the growing esports ecosystem.”
 
In a career spanning more than a decade, Paul has also worked with FlatHeads, JioGames, JetSynthesis, Jaypore and Ubisoft.
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