Sportech has announced that CCO Julian Bewley is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.
Bewley joined the company following its acquisition of LOT.TO, a business that he co-founded.
“I am proud of the progress that the team made during my time with Sportech,” said Bewley. “We managed to navigate through a challenging period, and the fact that the future looks bright for both clients and colleagues, is highly rewarding.
“I am grateful to have had this experience and wish the company well with its future endeavours.”
The announcement comes after the betting technology business announced the sale of the Global Tote business to BetMakers Technology Inc., and the sale of Bump 50:50 to Canadian Bank Note Company.
Sportech announced in February 2021 that it had entered into an agreement to sell the Bump business to Canadian Bank Note, having secured approval for registration to deal in gaming supplies from Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis in December 2020.
Sportech CEO Richard McGuire commented; “Julian was instrumental in recognising the need to evolve and drive digital innovation across the group.
“He played a pivotal role in negotiations leading to the announced deal with BetMakers, and I am grateful for what he contributed during his time at Sportech.”