KMiGaming one year on: Expansion, diversification and launching

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KMiGaming LOGO smallThe quasi-eponymous KMiGaming CEO, Keith McDonnell, freely admitted his 2011 Christmas party was a lonely table for one but as they say in business; ‘what a difference a year makes’, especially in iGaming.

KMiGaming now has a recently opened London office in Farringdon and boasts former Bodog and Sportingbet affiliate manager, James McMaster as its Business Director and Chris Sawyer as Financial Director. KMiG’s clients include Boylesports and Bodog from within the industry as well as the mobile marketing firm, Velti, beyond it.

Keith himself is also a non-executive director of both YoBetIt and ToteFootball. In 2013 McDonnell will launch Napdaq, the world’s first peer to peer tipping service, in which WorldLinkData have taken a stake and will also develop bespoke software for the company.

The Dublin-born entrepreneur commented: “I have been very lucky over the years to have worked with some of the best people in the business, many of whom have been a great help when I set up on my own a year ago. Now we have a solid base to work from I will be looking to employ more like-minded souls who thrive on the challenge of starting something new and luckily this industry has lots of those!”


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