Same Online Casino Executive, Different Technology
One of the major online casino software providers has recently hired the former NETeller executive Bruce Elliott, and hopes that it will make its revenue even higher. As you all know, the online casino industry has underwent significant changes since the enactment of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act last year, and new times call for new thinking. NETeller was considered as one of the strongest companies in the market that suffered the most by the enactment of the anti online casino bill the most – the online transactions market. As the new bill prohibits money transfer to online casino firms, the e-wallet firm found it hard to work with the American market.
However, all that is in the past now, and Elliot is ready to jump aboard and face the online casino industry from a different perspective. Elliot spend four years at NETeller and will bring years of experience to the online casino software provider. Combining the skills of the former e-wallet executive with the ones already working for the online casino turnkey firm will surely yield interesting results. The online casino industry is facing a different future, and new technology is called for. NETeller was known for its high quality of online platforms, and it will be intriguing to see how Elliot’s repositioning will affect the industry.
CEO of the online casino technology firm says, “We are delighted to welcome Bruce on board at an extremely exciting time in our industry. The business has expanded significantly over the past year and Bruce’s experience will prove invaluable in driving this success forward across a diverse range of new markets,” and he is clearly right. The gambling firm added more than 20 new poker options to their portfolio and the company seems to keep growing by the minute. This team-up is not all that surprising as both NETeller and the online casino software provider are based on the Isle of Man, and people from the two companies had a chance to know each other through the years.