Harmen Brenninkmeijer has been appointed as Quanta’s new CEO by the blockchain lottery operator’s board of directors, effective immediately.
According to the announcement, Brenninkmeijer’s vision for Quanta’s future was what moved the board to name him as the new leader of the company, securing his commitment to lead the blockchain lottery operator in designing and utilizing blockchain technology to develop gaming solutions.
Quanta’s board of directors confirmed the appointment following Dynamic Partners strategic review of the move.
[Brenninkmeijer] has significant experience in gaming as an operator and as a supplier and has a unique understanding of the challenges of all parts of the gaming business. He has worked in many countries and his network will help Quanta to expand its reach and establish new customers and partnerships in high growth markets. Harmen led the strategic review undertaken by Dynamic Partners and has made, and will implement, the recommendations resulting from the review.
Brenninkmeijer also noted that he believes Quanta is the leading proponent in the overall management and support of regulated blockchain-based gaming solutions.
He added that the firm aims to be:
…the leader in this new space and to develop solutions that are low cost and so suit both highly competitive as well as emerging markets; are tech and currency agnostic to provide as broad coverage as possible; are decentralised where feasible to deliver transparency to the user and the regulator; and that are flexible enough to enable the discovery of new business models. I am hugely positive and excited about Quanta’s future.
Brenninkmeijer has several years of experience in regulated gaming sectors across emerging markets.
Among his many accomplishments, he founded Hong Kong-based gaming-led investment and management company Global Chain in 2016, which established Dynamic Partners.
His other achievements include:
- Establishing Avalon Casino Management, the company behind the Playboy Casino in Rhodes
- Creating Mikohn’s gaming divisions in Europe, Africa, and Japan between 1991 to 1997
- Serving as the founding and inaugural chairman of the European Gaming Organization from 1993 to 1997