Sportech strengthens product and commercial teams with three new hires

International betting technology firm Sportech has confirmed the appointments of Paul Rietdyke, Leon Hosking and Chris Rogers, who will join the group’s product and commercial teams.

Rietdyke’s appointment is hoped to ‘elevate clients’ online digital experiences to the next level’ as he joins the company as the new head of product user experience and design.

Prior to his new role, Rietdyke has worked for a number of clients including UK-based agency work for Arsenal FC, Everton FC, Liverpool FC and the Saudi Football league, as well as engagements with Think Money Group and Sportpesa.

Meanwhile, Hosking joins Sportech as the new product manager where he will oversee the company’s product development strategy. Hosking’s most recent role was as trading and operations specialist for Sportpesa, where he was responsible for the offerings of the UK, Italian and .com websites, advising the trading, payments, marketing, customer integrity and CRM departments.

He also held a product owner role for bespoke horse racing products, having held senior roles at Skybet, Totesport and Coral in risk, trading, odds, training and development.

Sportech has chosen Rogers to head up the Sportech team as Commercial Manager, which will involve the development of the Sportech product portfolio.

Having previously worked for Leo Vegas group’s UK-facing sportsbooks as well as Coral and Betfred, Rogers has gained extensive experience in the betting and gaming industry, most recently handling trading, marketing, CRM, acquisition, and responsible gambling.

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