Bragg Gaming names Neill Whyte as chief commercial officer

May 1, 2024 2:16 PM
  • Mia Doyle, Special to CDC Gaming Reports
May 1, 2024 2:16 PM
  • Mia Doyle, Special to CDC Gaming Reports

Igaming technology provider Bragg Gaming Group has appointed Neill Whyte as chief commercial officer.

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“(Whyte’s) igaming product and market knowledge, together with his record in driving growth from developing successful and mutually beneficial commercial partnerships are exceptional,” said Matevž Mazij, Bragg CEO. “As we leverage our broad content and product portfolio to grow in existing and new markets, including in the United States, Canada, Latin America and Europe, Neill’s unique combination of knowledge, skills and experience in this sector are a perfect fit for our ambitions at Bragg.”

Whyte has more than18 years of igaming experience, including 11 years at Microgaming on the Isle of Man, where he held several senior roles, including head of product channels. After Microgaming’s rebrand, he was head of business development at Apricot Investments. Most recently, Whyte was the business to business chief commercial officer for Digital Gaming Corp., where he was responsible for the division’s vision, strategies and financial success.

“It’s an honor to join Matevž and the wider teams at Bragg already in place across North America, Europe and in India. I have been impressed with the depth and quality of the content, product and technology offerings at Bragg, and its ability to rapidly adapt, certify and deploy this content and technology in newly regulated markets is a distinct advantage,” Whyte said. “I’m planning to get on the road in the coming weeks and months to meet the team and our customers and to start building for the next stage of mutual growth. I can’t wait to get going.”

Whyte will head Bragg’s global commercial teams, with a goal of driving growth in product verticals, including online casino content and the company’s player account management platform.

Whyte’s appointment comes just a few weeks after the company announced that Ronen Kannor will depart as chief financial officer in June.