Bluberi announces Steve Kohon as new COO

March 12, 2024
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Seve Kohon has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer at Bluberi.

Effective as of March 1, Steve Kohon will move from his previous role as VP of Sales at Bluberi, taking up his new role as the casino supplier's COO. 

The organization is hoping to achieve additional growth through the course of 2024 and will be optimistic that Kohon’s contributions in this new role will steer the company in the right direction. Kohon will seek to utilize his previous sales and product management experience in this new role, not least as the previous VP of Sales (West Region) at Bluberi.  

Kohon commented on his recent promotion, stating, “The opportunity to move into the role of COO is a testament to our unique Bluberi culture. Bringing the perspective and experience of casino operators deeper into the organization will allow us to continue to differentiate Bluberi in our pursuit of being the easiest company to do business with. Operations field services, and IT play an important role in accomplishing our company goals and I am excited to lead this organization into the next phase of our growth.” 

As Bluberi COO, Kohon’s new responsibilities will include managing internal operations, while overseeing information technology, production and field services. Kohon will work closely with CEO Andrew Burke, further executing internal corporate goals and leading his operational team in a direction that aligns with the overall vision of the company.  

Bluberi CEO Burke said, “Over the past three years, Steve has worked tirelessly inside and outside of the organization to build trust and goodwill, I’m confident that in his new role as our COO, he will bring the voice of our customers into our internal operations.” 

Bluberi is due to appear in Gaming America’s upcoming monthly magazine, as part of our product review section.


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