SIS promotes William Morris to Head of International Racing

Racing content and data services provider Sports Information Services (SIS) has confirmed that William Morris has been promoted to Head of International Racing.

Morris initially joined SIS back in 2016 as the company’s Digital Sales Manager, where he supervised the domestic and international expansion of SIS’ digital division.

Commenting on his new position, Morris said: “This is a really exciting move for me as I enter the next chapter of my career at SIS.

“We already have a fantastic portfolio of racing rights and I’m keen to ensure we continue to build on this to optimise our 24/7 racing offer for operators globally.”

In his new role, Morris will be responsible for managing and growing SIS’s international horse racing rights portfolio, which forms an integral part of the company’s betting channels including its 24/7 Live Betting Channels.

Paul Witten, Product Director at SIS, added: “William has made a significant impact since joining the company three years ago and we’re pleased that he’s now taking on the role of Head of International Racing.

“With his industry experience and passion for horse racing, we believe William is the perfect candidate to further enhance our international racing rights operations.”

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