Toronto-based media and content platform Enthusiast Gaming has announced the appointment of Nicole Musicco to its Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Through her new role, Musicco aims to leverage her expertise in global technology industries to build and grow Enthusiast Gaming’s platform.
Adrian Montgomery, CEO of Enthusiast Gaming, said: “Nicole Musicco is a terrific addition to the Board of Enthusiast Gaming, where her extensive international experience will help to move us forward on our mission to build the world’s largest platform of communities for gamers and esports fans.
“Nicole’s background with high-growth companies, along with her experience in online sports betting, will add significant value to Enthusiast Gaming, especially in new areas of growth.”
Musicco is a Partner at RedBird Capital Partners and currently serves as a member of the board of Playmaker, a digital sports media company. Prior to joining RedBird, Musicco gained experience in senior global leadership roles for over a decade with companies such as Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.
Moreover, Musicco is a graduate of the MBA and HBA programmes at the Ivey School of Business at Western University and holds a BSc in Kinesiology.
Nicole Musicco added: “Enthusiast Gaming has developed an exciting flywheel of gaming media and esports assets, and expertise in Gen Z engagement, leaving the company in a unique position to capitalize on a massive global opportunity.
“I am excited to leverage my expertise in global technology industries, and my own experience in global leadership roles as we continue to build and grow Enthusiast’s position as a leader in the marketplace.”
Earlier this year, Enthusiast Gaming acquired Outplayed, the parent company of League of Legends statistics and data visualisation service U.GG.
Esports Insider says: Enthusiast Gaming has chosen an experienced candidate to join its Board of Directors. Nicole Musicco boasts years of experience in senior managerial roles, having worked on a number of global projects, which will definitely support her through her new role.