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Will Stephenson takes new business development role at Metric

Metric Gaming has announced the appointment of experienced industry executive Will Stephenson as its new Head of Business Development. 

A new role created within the business, Stephenson’s appointment highlights Metric’s plan for continued growth in 2021. As part of this growth, Turbo Vegas Sports is due to launch next month, serviced by a fully localised Metric sportsbook.

TurboVegas was, until now, an online casino running with a Pay N Play module from Trustly, registered in Malta and operated by Bethard Group.

Stephenson brings a wealth of sportsbook and commercial experience from more than 15 years within the industry. The former Addison Global Vice President of Sportsbook has also held trading roles at both Spreadex and Ladbrokes, as well as enjoying a previous spell at Metric Gaming as Head of Sports back in 2017.

“I am delighted and excited to re-join an ambitious and growing company such as Metric Gaming,” said Stephenson. “Their modern multi-tenant sportsbook system allows greater customisation and is industry-leading. I look forward to helping the company secure further partnerships this year.” 

The company has, this week, rolled out a new marketing campaign calling on prospective clients to ‘start a no nonsense conversation’ about upgrading to the Metric multi-tenant sportsbook.

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