888 Holdings has appointed Limor Ganot to its board as a non-executive director.
Ganot will join 888’s board from 1 August, while the appointment is not insignificant from a US perspective.
Indeed, Ganot is managing partner at Gefen Capital, a US-Israeli investment fund targeting high-potential Israeli start-ups.
Gefen Capital is said to have a net worth of “over $20bn,” according to Ganot’s LinkedIn profile, as well as the company’s website.
888 chairman Brian Mattingley said: "I am delighted to welcome Limor to the 888 Board.
“Her involvement as a leader in a diverse range of businesses, together with her understanding of disruptive technologies, will be of significant benefit to 888 as we continue to grow and develop as a global leader in online gaming."
888 CEO Itai Pazner has previously told Gaming America he is bullish about the operator’s US prospects.