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GiG joins the NJ fray T


he battle for supremacy in the expanding US affiliate market is hotting up after Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) secured a vendor registration for the  refer website traffic to regulated casinos and sportsbooks on a cost-per-acquisition basis,  In a press release GiG said that it had bolstered its media services arm over the past 12 months by “building up portfolio assets to target the US and this is the first step towards monetising those websites and marketing 


would apply for registrations in other states as and when opportunities present themselves, although chief operations officer Richard Brown said that the company expects the state-by-state legalisation of sports betting to  New Jersey has emerged as a  with total gaming revenue in the   


FAST TRACK signs Island Luck I


sland Luck, the leading lottery and casino in the Bahamas, will manage all of their customer interactions  Impressed with FAST TRACK  abilities and the potential to reduce the grunt-work for  said the decision was easy to 


Sebas Bastian, CEO of Island Luck, said: “FAST  the online gaming industry in mind and will allow us to communicate with our


players at just the right  happier to work with a company that truly


understands the challenges


and opportunities of our 


Simon Lidzén, CEO of FAST TRACK, said: “When we started building the tool, we hoped that it would   decided to license it out, we made sure that it was ready to redefine customer  are thrilled to bring on board   as it will also involve a complete enhancement of 


Sportradar launches ad:s S


portradar has launched a new full- service marketing offer for sports 


The global gaming industry is expected to surpass $500 billion in the next five years, pushing bookmakers to look for sophisticated and data-driven marketing solutions that will differentiate themselves from competitors in a 


In response to the strong demand and interest from the betting industry, ad:s offers bookmakers a host of marketing solutions that eliminates waste and streamlines their business with targeted spend on verifiable


 In addition, ad:s solutions are embedded across Sportradar’s media products that further target desirable customers for 


Felix Geyr – who heads up Sportradar´s  the unequivocal leader in this industry, ad:s is a natural and necessary evolution of our global sports betting business that will help bring more customers to market for  but we are particularly excited by the proposition in digital where the pre-game, in-game and post-game opportunities allow us to develop really exciting and tailored offerings for any and every sports betting operator, no matter their size or 


74 FEBRUARY 2019 CIO APPOINTMENTS


Quickspin appoints Erik Gullstrand as leading CPO Swedish slots supplier


Quickspin has announced the promotion of Erik Gullstrand to leading Chief  Erik has been at the


company since 2012 and brings a wealth of experience to his leading position, having previously served as Head of Development, Head of Account management, and VP of  


Habanero appoints Carlos Carvajal as new Service and Operations Manager


Slots and table games provider Habanero has named Carlos Carvajal as its new Service and Operations  provider from NetEnt where


 He brings more than a decade of industry experience with him, including previous 


Rank appoints Tang Hong Cheong to board of directors Rank Group has appointed Tang Hong Cheong, president and chief executive of the operator’s majority shareholder Guoco  Hong Cheong has a long-standing relationship with the company, having worked alongside Rank’s management   Guoco, which owns a 52% stake in Rank, 


Videoslots appoints David Cutajar   David Cutajar as its new  Cutajar originally joined the Videoslots team as Head of 


SBTech appoints Gavin Isaacs as Chairman


SBTech has appointed  CEO Gavin Isaacs as its new  Isaacs will be employing his 20 years’ gaming experience


to further grow the company’s rapidly 


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