Isle of Man appoints new head of eGaming

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Tony Ure has joined the Department of Economic Development of the Isle of Man.

Isle of Man.- Isle of Man has recently introduced some HR changes as Tony Ure has been presented as the new head of eGaming of the Department of Economic Development. The official has years of experience in the industry.

Ure has worked for several years in different variety of senior roles within the gaming industry, therefore he is no stranger to his new position. He started in Grosvenor Casinos and then launched casino operations for the Sheraton Group in Egypt. After that, he worked for Ladbrokes in Gibraltar and launched and managed online poker operations. Moreover, he also worked as head of poker operations for IGT for ten years.

Jonathan Mills, director of e-Business, Department of Economic Development said: “Tony has spent over 30 years working for some of the most recognisable names in the industry. His extensive global experience in launching and running products and platforms across online and land-based operations will undoubtedly help drive continued growth in the Isle of Man’s e-Gaming sector, which currently represents around 20 percent of the Island’s economy.”

Tony Ure added: “I am looking forward to working with the e-Gaming team in the Department of Economic Development. It is an exciting time to join and continue the growth of the Isle of Man as the premier e-Gaming jurisdiction.”