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NEWS 15 June 2017

Amaya continues executive leadership team revamp

By Caroline Watson
Toronto-listed Amaya Inc. has announced the appointment of Dr. Jerry Bowskill as Chief Technology Officer with immediate effect, continuing a string of restructural amendments to its executive leadership team.

Leading a team of more than 300 technologists and developers worldwide, Dr. Bowskill will be responsible for the overall technology performance and strategy of the business.

Amaya governance intends Dr. Bowskill to drive and execute the strategic technology vision of the business in the hopes of maximising the potential of Amaya’s expanding product suite.

Amaya’s Chief Executive Officer, Rafi Ashkenazi comments: “Jerry’s wealth of technical expertise and commercial experience will be a great asset for our gaming and interactive brands. I look forward to working closely with him again.”

Dr. Bowskill adds: “I am excited to be joining such a continuously evolving consumer tech company and to help lead its growth through the efficient delivery of high-quality products and services, development of innovative new products, and continued expansion of its offerings.”

Prior to his appointment at the online gambling group, for a brief period of time, Dr Bowskill was a technology consultant for Partis Solutions from January 2017 to June 2017. Other previous roles have seen him work at Scientific Games, TouchTunes Interactive Networks and SG Interactive.

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