May 9 / 2018

CashBet enhances management with new senior position appointments

Industry leaders join forces with CashBet to create the most complete blockchain-powered iGaming platform

CashBet, the complete blockchain-powered iGaming platform, today announced the hiring of Tarun Gaur as Vice President of Engineering, Jeremie Kanter as Vice President of Compliance, and Kyle Piasecki as Casino Manager. The company also announced the addition of Matteo Monteverdi and Daniel Phillips to its advisory board.

The new appointments to the firm’s executive team and advisory board follow the successful completion of its Cashbet Coin (CBC) token sale. The company enables iGaming platforms, including crypto casinos, to deliver user-friendly, secure, and regulatory-compliant payments.

“Our vision is to expand the market presence of what is currently the most complete blockchain-powered iGaming platform in existence,” said Mike Reaves, CEO of CashBet. “The outstanding leaders who have joined our executive team and advisory board will play an important role as we continue to grow our world-class iGaming offering designed for a crypto-ready future.”

As Vice President of Engineering, Tarun Gaur’s responsibilities will include leading CashBet’s efforts to deliver on its post-token sale roadmap, further developing its suite of services for partner iGaming platforms. Gaur, formerly Vice President of Mobile and Messaging at AOL, also worked in management at Microsoft, Deloitte, and HP.

Jeremie Kanter previously worked with Playtech, where he served for 12 years, most recently as head of B2B and B2C compliance. Kanter will work to guarantee licensing options comply with regulatory requirements as CashBet expands to new jurisdictions.

As Casino Manager, Kyle Piasecki will manage the company’s partnerships with new and existing iGaming platforms and collaborate to strategically introduce updates to CashBet’s plug-and-play offerings. Piasecki joins CashBet from Caesars Entertainment, where he held senior roles in marketing and VIP management for online gambling properties in Atlantic City.

Matteo Monteverdi, formerly the SVP of Global Digital Products for IGT, a multinational gaming company owned by GTECH that produces slot machines and other gaming technology.  In the past, Mr. Monteverdi filled senior executive positions at GTECH and Lottomatica.  Daniel Phillips was most recently Vice President of UK Operations at Playtech and was CEO of Chartwell Games.

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