Global Gaming to cut workforce by 50% as Sweden struggles hit home

Sweden-headquartered operator’s Q2 revenues drop 42% in “most turbulent and difficult” period ever

Global Gaming will look to reduce its employee headcount by up to 50% by the end of 2019 as the Sweden-headquartered operator restructures its business following the loss of its Sweden licence. The firm currently employs 190 people, a mix of 40 consultants and 150 employees, but this will be reduced to between 90-100 people…

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