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With plenty of movers and shakers around the industry, allow CasinoBeats to give you the rundown on a number of recent manoeuvres.


Gaming tech provider FSB has bolstered its senior management team with the addition of Glenn Elliott as chief operating officer, building on an over 13 year industry career.

Elliott has been tasked with working closely with the firm’s management team to further develop FSB to become a better growth partner for its clients in regulated markets around the world.

The role includes responsibility for the account management team as well as full oversight of the company’s five operational service divisions of sports, platform, marketing, retail and SaaS hosting.

Dave McDowellCEO of FSB, said: “I am delighted to welcome Glenn to the team. Having someone of Glenn’s calibre is hugely valuable for the business, especially at a time when we are expanding into new markets, adding additional products and signing new partners.”

All-in Diversity Project

The All-in Diversity Project has strengthened its global advisory by confirming the addition of Birgitte Sand and Esu Ma’at as board members.

Ma’at is AIDP’s first appointment which the organisation stated is ‘reflective of educational and institutional and organisational change management’.

Sand, who currently serves as the CEO of Birgitte Sand & Associates ApS, has amassed over 25 years of experience in the gaming industry.

The appointment of both Birgitte and Esu is a critical step in the All-in Diversity Project journey as we start to move out of gaming and take a more sector agnostic position with the forthcoming launch of the first ever formal international standard for workplace diversity, equality and inclusion, in partnership with the BSI,” commented Christina Thakor-Rankin, AIDP co-founder.

“Birgitte and Esu bring with them a different set of perspectives, experiences and insights which will complement and enhance those of the existing Board allowing us to explore and address every challenge from policy right through to practice across every type of organisation right across the world. These are incredibly exciting times for us.”

Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment

Casino resort developer and operator Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment has appointed David Martinelli as chief marketing officer and Judy Newman-Locke as vice president of human resources management.

Both are lauded as bringing extensive knowledge and expertise to their new roles and will help guide MGE through a period of strategic growth and development.

“It will take a strong and effective leadership team to steer our organisation through this next chapter of growth and innovation. Accordingly, I am very pleased to have Dave and Judy join our team to further support our efforts throughout the US and abroad,” noted Mario Kontomerkos, CEO and president of Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment.

“Dave and Judy’s considerable experience will be instrumental in promoting MGE as a worldwide industry leader in integrated resort entertainment and in retaining the best talent for our MGE family.”


Player ID and verification specialist 1account has recruited Caroline Steele as senior client director, gaining responsibility for driving brand awareness for the firm and showcasing the company’s products and services.

This includes educating the industry about ever-changing player ID and verification requirements and what 1account can do to help operators, suppliers and affiliates to verify customers with confidence.

Marc Wood, sales and marketing director at 1account, explained: “I am delighted to welcome Caroline to the team and for 1account to benefit from her unrivalled experience and knowledge of the industry.

“We have already established ourselves as a leading player ID and verification provider, but we have ambitious growth plans and Caroline will play a central role in enabling us to deploy it.

“Caroline has already put forward interesting and impactful ways of increasing exposure for 1account and our products and services and I look forward to seeing them come to life in the coming months.”