Online gaming technology supplier, Sportingtech, has tapped Tommy Molloy to be the business’s new chief sportsbook officer.
Molloy joins the company after a three-year stint as sportsbook and trading director at Pronet Gaming. Before this, he was head of sports trading at Tabcorp UK.
As CSO, Molloy will oversee the business’s sports betting offering, principally working on Sportingtech’s Quantum igaming platform.
Previously known as Pulse Platform, Sportingtech unveiled the rebranded and updated product in July 2021. Among other features, Quantum has a modular design, third-party integrations as well as a content management system.
Molloy’s appointment is the latest in a string of senior leadership changes in the last few months. It follows the nomination of Bobby Longhurst as the business’s new managing director, Colin McDonagh as chief sales officer and Daniel Stone as head of marketing.
In a statement, Sportingtech said that it is counting on Molloy’s expertise in expanding to new jurisdictions, particularly in Latin America.
“Sportingtech’s strategy for growth has product innovation at its heart, and Tommy represents another vital piece of that puzzle,” said Longhurst.
“His experience and superior knowledge of the sports betting space is hugely valuable to us, and I am confident he will achieve great things as part of the team.”
Molloy added that he was “thrilled” to joining the Sportingtech team.
“With the proven quality of our widgets and Quantum platform, the Sportingtech product portfolio is second to none, and the upcoming World Cup will be the perfect stage for us to show that,” he said.
“The strength of this offering means we can consistently offer operators the means to excel, and I look forward to helping showcase that in the weeks and months to come.”