Axes appoints former Novomatic exec. Roman Czubak as Global CTO


Cloud information management platform announced Thursday the appointment of former Novomatic executive Roman Czubak as Global Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to oversee product development. 


Earle G. Hall, President & CEO at, said: “AXES is growing fast and requires a structured and process-based approach to software, cloud, and IoT development. Roman is a seasoned leader with an incredible understanding of what systems should be.”


His expertise will structure and focus our rapidly growing team to maintain high productivity whilst we acquire more products. It is so exciting to have Roman join AXES at such a pivotal time and the whole team is thrilled to welcome him,” added Hall.


“Roman has a deep, rich background in gaming systems and the gaming industry as a whole,” the company noted. His over twenty years with Novomatic include a role as Manager of the Octavian Division. He also acted as Chairman of the International Gaming Standards Association during his extensive career.


Nicolas Tremblay, CIO at, said: “As Chief Innovation Officer, it is very exciting to have Roman join us and the timing could not be better. The rapid growth of our fintech, media, business intelligence, and other product lines requires us to structure our development cycle and separate innovation from production. It will be a true pleasure to work with Roman and benefit from his experience and expertise.”


Of his appointment, Czubak stated: “AXES has redefined the gaming experience from the ground up. The cloud-based, low local footprint is the most secure and lowest-cost solution in the land-based market.”


The app store-centric philosophy at AXES is quite refreshing as operators only pay for what they need and use instead of spending outrageous amounts of money on a monolithic system. I am very excited to join this forward-thinking, visionary team that has a mission to fundamentally transform our industry,” he concluded.

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