NYX bolsters leadership team with Walbridge & Matejevich appointments

Matt Davey
Matt Davey

Toronto TSX-listed online gambling technology provider NYX Gaming Group (NYX) has announced two new leadership appointments.

Joining its leadership team, NYX confirms the appointment of Jason Walbridge as Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Eric Matejevich as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Both appoints have been confirmed as effective immediately.

Walbridge joins NYX from industry gaming machine manufacturer Aristocrat Gaming, where he served the combined role of Chief Supply Officer and Managing Director of EMEA.

Joining NYX, Walbridge will be charged with leading the firm’s multi-channel operating strategy and product delivery of the company’s growing client base.

Matejevich a gambling industry finance veteran, joins having served on NYX’s board and in leadership positions at Atlantic Club Casino, Resorts International and Merrill Lynch.

NYX Gaming CEO Matt Davey commented on the appointments

“As we continue to experience rapid growth we have appointed Jason Wallbridge to drive the group operating strategy across our content, systems and business development divisions.”

“Both of these appointments strengthen our execution capabilities and support the excellent foundations we have built to deliver world-class products and services to our customers in regulated markets,”

“Eric and Jason join us at a very exciting period of growth and I’d like to welcome them both to the team.”

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