Singleton's history of significant online gambling roles
Singleton boasts over 12 years of experience in the industry both with operators and suppliers in the US. Before taking this position as Chief Operating Officer with Bet.Works, Singleton had a history of significant roles. He previously served as vice president, deputy general counsel and assistant secretary at CG Technology. He was then an executive of Scientific Games, where he was involved with the impressive rise of US sports betting. He began as vice president of corporate strategy and government affairs at NYX Gaming Group in June of 2016. Later, when Scientific Games took over the company, Singleton held his same position as vice president of corporate strategy and government affairs, only with Scientific Games.
COO role at Bet.Works
Singleton's role of COO at Bet.Works, will require his management of the operations. The strategy is to focus on “go-to-market strategy and operations” while simultaneously supporting the firm's cross channel sports betting and iGaming platform across the US markets.
Bet.Works founder and CEO David Wang expressed the company's enthusiasm for Quinton to join the management team. Quinton's extensive experience in the US gaming industry - especially involving the legalities of sports betting in the US. The company expects this experience to assist in the fast growth of Bet.Works while the company emerges into regulated states as legislation changes.
When speaking about his new role, Singleton expressed his confidence that Bet.Works has successfully been building an innovative team as the company expands throughout the US.
Other developments at Bet.Works
Dr. Laila Mintas, former US deputy president for Sportradar, a sports data company, was recently appointed to Bet.Works as well, filling the role as chairwoman of the company's Advisory Board.
Bet.Works has recently partnered with Toronto-based media brand TheScore, striking a sports betting deal through a licensing partnership. This partnership between Darby Development LLC, operator of New Jersey’s Monmouth Park Racetrack, and the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association is expected to launch a new gaming product in New Jersey in 2019. Once the partnership receives the necessary approval from the Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) and the New Jersey Racing Commission, TheScore will be able to launch its sports betting platform. The expected launch date is in mid-2019.
Bet.Works is taking the US market by storm and with a valuable new member, Quinton Singleton, the company hopes to prosper in the new online gambling markets throughout the US in this exciting new year.