Bitcoin Casino Operator Coingaming Hire Will Hill’s Richard Walsh as Managing Director

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Estonia-based Bitcoin casino platform suppliers and operators Coingaming Group have announced that they have hired former William Hill executive as the new Managing Director to the company. The group, who also runs popular Bitcoin casino, announced the new hire through an official press release saying that hiring Walsh was a decision that would take the company to new heights.

Coingaming’s main business is providing a white-label Bitcoin platform that operators can use as a turn-key solution to setting up their own Bitcoin casino. The company offers prospective operators the chance to set their site up from scratch, anyway they like it, with Coingaming taking charge of every aspect of the setup and technical support and management once the casino is launched.

Thus far, the Coingaming group has set up and managed and the Bitcoin sportsbetting site, but with Walsh being the third major hire they’ve done recently, they state they are prepared to enter other markets as well.

A Gaming Veteran

In an official statement, Coingaming CEO Tim Heath said that he was excited to welcome Walsh to the team since the company needed a “world-class” team of executives that could sustain the rapid development the Coingaming Group has been achieving. He adds that Welsh’s experience will be crucial in taking Coingaming to “the next level”, as he is a veteran who has already worked in one of the most successful companies in the gaming industry.

Walsh, who had a number or roles in William Hill, the most recent being in charge of operations control, also issued a statement saying that he couldn’t “resist” the new challenge of working at one of the most “exciting and innovative” brands in the gaming industry after working for over 20 years in William Hill. He likewise says that Coingaming are expanding extremely quickly and that he will work hard to make sure that their growth rate continues sustainably.

Richard Walsh is the third hire of executives from the traditional gaming sector that Coingaming have made so far. Previously, the company swooped another William Hill executive, Christopher Uren, as well as former games director Dominic Bourke from Betclic Everest. According to the press release, Walsh is to be in charge for overall operations but also oversee the upcoming launch of a new eSports product the company is planning to release soon.

The Coingaming Platform

Coingaming’s turn-key product, apart from fully implementing Bitcoin into the gameplay, also comes packed with a variety of virtual and live casino games from some of the industry’s most trusted providers like NetEnt, Evolution Gaming, Betsoft, and more. The range of games includes mostly slots, but there are also plenty of table games to be found. Coingaming also supply Sportsbook and Loterry products to Bitcoin operators looking to create a more diverse offer.

The biggest casino running the Coingaming platform is – one of the first licensed Bitcoin operators to appear online. BitCasino uses their entire product suite, from the virtual casino offer to the internationally hosted Live Dealer games.  If you want to check out the platform and browse through BitCasino’s offer, you can do so by clicking this link here.

May 17, 2017: • No Comments

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