Graham Martin Joins Sdb Games As A Non Exec Director

GRAHAM MARTIN JOINS SDB GAMES AS A NON EXEC DIRECTOR

17th May, 2016 at 08:55:43
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Online gambling industry veteran has a wealth of knowledge and experience.

The British skill games developer SDB Games has appointed Graham Martin to its board as a Non-Executive Director.

Martin is a third generation bookmaker who founded Bonne Terre Limited, now owned by CVC Capital Partners and Sky plc, trading as Skybet, one of Europe's largest and most successful online gaming companies.

Martin said of his appointment:

"SDB games has several USP's which make the company an attractive proposition. Firstly, it has developed a new generation of no-commitment fantasy sports games with multi-million dollar prizes; players can enter tournaments based on a single match with no need to manage seasonal budgets, leading to a rich and fun entertainment experience. The SDB team is well placed to further excel in this market due to its first hand experience of efficient product delivery.".

Diego Martinez, CEO of SDB Games said in a statement announcing Martin's appointment:

"We see Graham Martin's decision to join the SDB Executive Board as a huge coup for the company. His profound industry experience, extensive contact network and vast industry knowledge will enable SDB to establish a niche in the space and facilitate the fast growth that we all know is possible in this market."

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