NYX boosts commercial arm with appointment of Steve Mayes as Third Party Sales lead

Steve Mayes

Toronto TSX-listed industry platform and systems provider NYX Gaming has moved to strengthen its commercial team announcing the appointment of Steve Mayes as new Third Party Sales Director.

Mayes joins the NYX commercial team from Playtech, where he held the position of Commercial Manager for Playtech Open Platform and further industry business intelligence tools.

In his new role, Mayes will be responsible for growing NYX Gaming Group’s network of third-party suppliers including game developers, payment providers and trading services across its sportsbook, casino, lottery and bingo operations.

“I’m thrilled and excited to have joined NYX Gaming Group. They have a fantastic customer base and a growing partner network with many of the leading suppliers in the industry,” said Mayes on joining NYX Gaming

“My focus will be to work closely with our internal product leads and partners across the business to implement a clear third-party strategy. It’s important that NYX continues to attract and build long-term relationships with best-of-breed suppliers across casino, sportsbook and our full portfolio of products to offer the best possible third-party network for our customers.”

NYX Gaming Group CEO Matt Davey said: “We are happy to welcome Steve to the NYX Gaming Group team where he will have an integral role within our strategy that will further improve the products we offer our customers.

“Steve has extensive experience in the betting and gaming industry following his time at bet365 and Playtech. He will be a valuable member of our third-party network and we look forward to working alongside him.”

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