Executive reshuffle sees Sportech absorb LOT.TO management

Andrew Lindley – Sportech

London-listed racing and wagering systems provider Sportech Plc has moved to restructure its executive leadership team, seeking to enhance its B2B structure and capacity.

Absorbing the management of recently acquired LOT.TO, Sportech welcomes three new executives to its leadership team.

Former LOT.TO CEO and Co-founder Andrew Lindley will take charge of Sportech operations as new Group COO. Lindley has prior racing experience having served as General Counsel for the UK Tote, and as a corporate advisor for racing media firms Turf TV and SIS.

Lindley is joined by LOT.TO co-founder Julian Bewley who is appointed as Group Commercial Officer, leading Sportech’s B2B commercial disciplines.

In addition, Lewis Theobald, former technical lead of LOT.TO, joins Sportech senior management as to Chief of Digital Development to shape the Group’s digital transformation strategy for Tote, Sports and Lottery products.

Further updates see Sportech confirm the promotion of long-term Director of Tote Development Raj Sanjanwala to the position of Group Chief Technical Officer.

Boosting its B2B product initiatives, Mark Bacha has been promoted to the role of Director, Tote Development and Systems Analysis, supported by the appointment of Brett Underhill, who has been promoted to Director, Tote Development and Support.

Closing its update, Sportech confirmed that its Racing and Digital division will gain Steve Gore as Director, Systems Infrastructure to focus on providing secure, scalable solutions to Sportech’s global client base.

Check Also

IGT & Scientific Games consortium secures Brazil’s LOTEX tender

Following seven failed attempts to sanction an effective tender process, BNDES Brazil’s national development bank …

Betby

Chris Nikolopoulos, Betby: Striking out with a slicker sportsbook product

Betby is a new challenger in the sportsbook supply market having launched in late 2018. …

Barcelona City Council gets tough on gambling venues

Barcelona’s City Council has ruled that it will not permit the opening of any new …