Leading live dealer and betting games provider BetGames has announced the appointment of Steve Wall, who joins the company as chief technology officer.
BetGames’ new CTO brings with him a wealth of experience, having worked in IT for more than 25 years, helping companies drive technology transformations and growth strategies.
Steve holds a degree in Mathematics from the University of Birmingham, shortly after completing his education, he joined Logica as a Development Team Lead. He went on to join Accenture as a Senior Solutions Architect and obtained a CTO position at RedEye.
In his most recent role, Steve worked as the CTO for SpecTec and SpecTec Cruise, helping the company enhance its fleet management software for the maritime, energy and defence markets.
Now at BetGames, Steve will focus on elevating the provider’s technology to a higher level, optimising its existing features and tools, whilst also supporting the company to launch new games verticals.
Andreas Koeberl, CEO at BetGames said: “We are delighted to have a strong leader like Steve on board, we have no doubt in his abilities and experience, which make him a strong addition to any company.
“With extensive knowledge and experience, Steve is the perfect candidate to help BetGames enhance its technological capabilities and bring our ambitious plans to life.”
Steve Wall, BetGames CTO, said: “I’m excited to join a company that has grown rapidly in a short period of time, I’m eager to support BetGames grow further and elevate its technology.
“Since meeting the company, I’ve been incredibly impressed with the drive and ambition of everyone I’ve encountered. I look forward to meeting the wider company and launch a new technological era for BetGames.”
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