Amaya Inc appoints Dr. Jerry Bowskill as new technology lead

Dr. Jerry Bowskill

Toronto TSX-listed online gambling group Amaya Inc, continues the restructuring of its executive leadership team announcing the appointment of Dr. Jerry Bowskill as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) with immediate effect.

A seasoned technology infrastructure veteran, Bowskill joins Amaya from industry private consultancy Partis Solutions.

Bowskill has further industry technology development and delivery experience having served as Lead Technology Architect for Scientific Games (2012-2014). He further served as a founding team member of industry legacy cross-channel platform provider Gaming Technology Solutions (GTS), a technology enterprise acquired by Playtech Limited in 2009.

Amaya governance informed that Bowskill would be charged with the overall technology performance and strategy of the business and its related assets. Bowskill will Report directly to Rafi Ashkenazi, Chief Executive Officer of Amaya.

“Jerry’s wealth of technical expertise and commercial experience will be a great asset for our gaming and interactive brands. I look forward to working closely with him again,” Ashkenazi commented on the leadership appointment.

The restructure of Amaya’s leadership team, saw the company announced Brian Kyle as new CFO last month replacing the outgoing Daniel Sebag.

Dr. Jerry Bowskill commented on joining Amaya Inc: “I am excited to be joining such a continuously evolving consumer tech company and to help lead its growth through the efficient delivery of high-quality products and services, development of innovative new products, and continued expansion of its offerings,

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