PointsBet today announced changes to its global leadership team, appointing a new Group Chief Technology Officer.
Dr Jerry Bowskill has been named as PointsBet’s new CTO replacing Manjit Gombra Singh, the operator’s former President of Product and Technology, who is transitioning to a Non-Executive Director role, effective immediately.
An experienced technology leader, Bowskill brings a successful track record as a C-level executive to the role, including past positions with international regulated gaming and fintech organizations. He will start his new position on July 18.
PointsBet Group CEO Sam Swanell stated: “We are very pleased that a Senior Executive of Jerry’s quality and experience is joining PointsBet. Jerry has a wealth of gaming technology experience across numerous organizations and brings key leadership and technology capabilities to the global business as we continue to drive our technology strategy forward.”
Bowskill most recently served as Executive Director and CTO at Capital International Group. He is also the former CTO at The Stars Group and Scientific Games Interactive and has held other senior technology roles at Playtech, Gaming Technologies Solutions, and Partis Solutions.
Commenting on his new role, Bowskill said: “I am delighted to be joining Sam and the leadership team. PointsBet has invested in building a talented delivery organization that uses modern technologies to create great products.
“I am greatly looking forward to helping accelerate the pace of product innovation and business scale across multiple jurisdictions.”
Brett Paton, Chairman of PointsBet, noted on Singh’s transition to Non-Executive Director: “Since joining PointsBet as part of the Executive Leadership Team and more recently as Executive Director, Manjit has made a significant contribution to our technology and cyber security capabilities, increasing the speed and reliability of our product offerings and spearheading our technology strategy, including the development of our igaming vertical.
“Given his industry experience and leadership skills, I have no doubt that Manjit will continue to make a valuable contribution to the Board.”
PointsBet has also announced that former Racing.com CEO Andrew Catterall will join as its new Australian CEO from July 4.
Swanell said: “I am delighted to announce the appointment of Andrew Catterall, who joins our business with a track record of end-to-end commercial and strategy leadership experience at the AFL, RVL, and Racing.com and has been involved in some of the most significant transformations and growth agendas in sports entertainment in Australia.
“As the Australian business heads towards our third consecutive year of impressive growth and EBITDA profitability, Andrew has been provided a mandate to continue this growth and to seek out important strategic opportunities which can strengthen the business.”