Gemma Heathcote – Editor @ Superlenny
Gemma is the Editor of SuperLenny.com, where her main responsibility outside of editing and writing content is overseeing everything published online. She’s also ensures the day to day operations of SuperLenny are kept running smoothly, including keeping Josh and Matt in check!
As a graduate of journalism, Gemma is relatively new to the iGaming industry having joined us in February 2019 after working for 2 major media publications since finishing her studies in 2013. Her northern grit saw her jumping head-first into the industry and she hasn’t looked back since. Still relatively new to the industry, she’s found favourites in LeoVegas and Mr Green.
Since arriving Gemma has been involved in as many meetings and iGaming conventions as possible and ensuring that SuperLenny stays well ahead of the curve and in a strong position to optimise our users experience at the very first instance.
A writer at heart, outside of work Gemma thoroughly enjoys writing on subjects such as advertising, the media, climate change and social ethics, often securing guest blog spots within these subjects. When she’s away from her desk, she’ll be found cheering on her local rugby club in St. Albans or playing her trumpet, which Matt and Josh find hilarious (No more Sonia from Eastenders Jokes, please)
Gemma loves the variety that comes with working as an Editor within the iGaming industry and uses her genuine interest in social ethics to ensure that SuperLenny offers an exciting, responsible and safe gaming environment for all of our visitors.
“Joining SuperLenny has been a huge learning curve for me, but I have thoroughly enjoyed using my experience to help ensure that SuperLenny.com continues to open up the industry to as many players as possible, while providing a transparent and honest hub for players of all experiences to learn and aid their online gaming experience. With the rate at which game providers and operators are improving player experience it makes for a truly exciting time to be a part of SuperLenny and I’m excited to see what the future holds ”
Reach out and let Gemma know what you think, she’ll usually get back to you within 48hrs!
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