Internet gaming marketing firm Etruvian Group is reportedly in chaos this week, after the Group's founder sold his shares and a group of managers abandoned their positions.
The turbulence comes roughly a month after Etruvian was acquired by Playtech for €38 million and was spurred when Dominik Kofert sold his shares in the company to Enrique Guzman, Etruvian's Financial Chief.
That move was followed by the departure of Chief Strategy Officer Lutz Enke, Chief Revenue Officer matt Primeaux, Chief Legal Officer Damon Barnard, Chief Financial Officer Joanna Barnard, and HR Chief Nicola Valarino.
The group currently oversees the online gaming brands PokerStrategy, CasinoCheck, and Tradimo and is based in Gibraltar.
Playtech has made no comment on the turmoil embroiling Etruvian as of press time.