– UK, London – Sportech PLC (LON: SPO), an international betting technology business, today announced the appointment of Ben Warn to its board as a non-executive director effective on 1 June 2020.
“Given the many challenges all businesses in our sector are facing, we are pleased to have Ben Warn joining our board with his broad gambling experience and his online product development and technology expertise,” said Giles Vardey, non-executive chairman.
About Ben Warn
Ben Warn has over 20 years’ experience in senior positions in the betting and gaming industries including UKbetting PLC, Sky Betting and Gaming, and the Perform Group, where he was Chief Executive of the Gaming Division.
Sportech PLC, an international betting technology business, delivers solutions and services for some of the world’s best-known gaming companies, sports teams, racetracks, casinos and lottery clients as well as owning and operating its own gaming venues in Connecticut under exclusive licences.
The Group focuses on highly regulated markets worldwide. It has more than 29,000 betting terminals deployed to over 400 clients in 38 countries. Its global systems process US$12.3 billion in betting handle annually. In the US, it operates across 36 states. The Group has invested over US$60 million in the last five years in the successful expansion of its US gaming Venues, the diversification into raffle and lottery gaming platforms, and in developing its technology services, resulting in its proprietary Quantum System being the most widely deployed pari-mutuel betting system globally.
For more information: https://www.sportechplc.com
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