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PointsBet hires former bet365 exec as VP Online Casino Revenue

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lobal online gaming operator PointsBet announced today the hiring of Aaron O’Sullivan as Vice President of Online Casino Revenue. 

With nearly 15 years of international iGaming experience, O’Sullivan will sit on the U.S. executive leadership team. 

His previous experience includes having led product development, operations and marketing teams, both for large global brands like bet365, for which he was most recently Head of Games, and start-ups. He has also held directorial or senior positions at companies including Boylesports, Rank Plc, Betfred, and 32Red.

O’Sullivan has delivered casino experiences to customers across multiple global regulated markets, such as the U.K., Spain, Italy and New Jersey, among others.

“I am thrilled to join the growing PointsBet team and welcome the opportunity ahead, particularly in shaping the online casino operation within the company’s proprietary tech framework”, new PointsBet Vice President of Online Casino Revenue said in a press release. “PointsBet’s long-term vision and strategy for iGaming gives me great confidence. The opportunity is enormous and I think PointsBet is fantastically positioned to be a very legitimate player”. 

PointsBet USA CEO Johnny Aitken also spoke about the company’s new hiring. “Adding best-in-class talent to realize the power of best-in-class technology is an important directive for the PointsBet team as we continue to grow and execute, and we are excited today to strengthen our online casino operation with the addition of Aaron O’Sullivan – a proven leader with extensive industry expertise”. 

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