Lauri Ronkainen is the Content Manager of Good Game, Bojoko's parent company. He's one of the key players in planning and executing Bojoko's content strategy.
Lauri has worked in the online industry for over 4 years, and of those, the last three with Good Game. He's been responsible for Bojoko UK since 2018, giving the content regular overhauls and minor optimisations. He also contributes to other sections of the site and helps plan tools that make Bojoko easier to use.
Starting 2020, Lauri has helped bring slot and real money casino tester reviews on Bojoko by planning the format and coaching authors. These honest experiences from real players have helped Bojoko stand out from the competition.
Lauri is a real stickler for language and usability. He has shaped Bojoko's style and made the language more user-friendly and easily scannable. This means short, simple sentences and avoiding fancy, pompous words.
"We want to talk with our community as equals, in words the readers use themselves."
Before coming to Malta and starting his career in iGaming, Lauri worked in the museum sector as a researcher. He's also got a strong background in the restaurant business. In his off-time, he started a popular interview blog about the Finnish alcohol industry.
Lauri holds a master's degree from the University of Tampere. Having studied history, he also minored in North American Studies under the brilliant economist, professor Katri Sieberg.
Apart from polishing the content, Lauri has helped make Bojoko's slot listings more informative and user-friendly. However, his real speciality are the classic table games and live casino.
During his first year in the gaming industry, he created a roulette strategy combining the Martingale system, Fibonacci sequence and the higher payout column bets.
Although he recognises the laws of probability and gambler's fallacy, Lauri has to agree with Ian Fleming on roulette strategies:
"Bond didn't defend the practice. He simply maintained that the more effort and ingenuity you put into gambling, the more you took out."