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LVS appoints ex Ladbrokes veteran

TAGs: Ladbrokes, LVS

lvs feature22 March 2012 (London, UK)LVS, the sports book software provider owned by La Française des Jeux, announced today that Nick Dutton has been appointed into the new role of Programme Director. Dutton will be responsibility for overseeing and directing significant development and delivery programmes.

Simon Ordish LVS CEO said, “LVS are expanding at a rapid rate as we continue to win new clients and we needed an industry heavyweight who could operate at a very senior level and also manage all aspects of our development. Nick’s played a major part in defining and implementing Ladbrokes IT strategy in retail, e-gaming and Internationally. His experience speaks for its self and I am delighted to have him on board.”

Nick Dutton, the former Director of Information System for Ladbrokes said, “After 20 years with Ladbrokes I am delighted to be joining LVS. One of my key reasons for joining is the superior technology stack they are able to offer their customers. This is a very exciting time to be joining LVS and I look forward to being a major part of their future development.”

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About LVS (http://www.lvs.co.uk)
Recently acquired by the French national lottery operator, La Française Des Jeux, LVS has supplied interactive sports betting software to leading sportsbook operators since 1992. The Advanced Betting Platform sportsbook engine from LVS is the most flexible sportsbook on the market and has ten years of continuous development behind it. The Advanced Betting Platform (ABP) enables operators to provide customers with the ability to bet and play in multiple languages and currencies across several products and platforms including web, mobile devices, retail outlets and telebetting services. LVS is a member of the World and European Lottery Associations and is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission.

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