New US-market technology incumbent Bet.Works have confirmed the appointment of Quinton Singleton as its first Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Updating the market, Bet.Works details the appointment of Singleton former strategy lead for NYX Gaming as a major coup for its developing prospects and propositions.
Singleton joins Bet.Works leadership from SG Digital, where he most recently served as Vice President of Interactive Strategy & Corporate Affairs following the Nasdaq technology group’s $630 million acquisition of NYX assets.
In the update, Bet.Works CEO & Founder David Wang highlights Singleton’s proven track record in developing ‘go-to-market strategies’ and his experience of working with all betting-related stakeholders, including legislators, regulators and trade associations
“Bet.Works is pleased to have Quinton join our management team. He has been at the forefront of the U.S. gaming industry for many years and significantly involved, specifically, in the legalization and expansion of sports betting in the U.S.”
“Quinton’s experience will be tremendously valuable in accelerating the growth of Bet.Works into multiple existing and emerging regulated states.”
As Bet.Works new COO, Singleton will lead day-to-day operations with a focus on strategy and accelerating US market propositions, alongside the delivery and execution of omni-channel sports betting and igaming platforms across existing and newly regulated jurisdictions within the US.
“Bet.Works is building an industry leading team to complement its market-leading technology and targeted rapid U.S. expansion. Obtaining the first dual certification of GLI 19 and 33 standards was a key step to establishing our readiness for the U.S. market and we are looking forward to going live with theScore in New Jersey in 2019.” Singleton detailed on joining Bet.Works’ executive.