Lottery.com makes appointments within senior leadership team

December 12, 2023
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The company aims to 'spearhead global expansion.'

Lottery.com has announced appointments within its leadership team as it looks to become a “global leader in the lottery, gaming and sports industries.” 

Matthew McGahan will take on the role of permanent CEO, President and Secretary, while Gregory Potts has been appointed COO. 

Since July 2023, McGahan previously served as Lottery.com's Interim CEO and has held leadership roles within a number of other companies, including as Chairman of Sports.com, founding the Magic Automotive Group in Europe and establishing United Capital Investments Limited in 2015. 

Potts, who will oversee the reinvention of Lottery.com’s commercial growth and global operations, has 25 years of experience in strategic growth and marketing and as served as the Global VP of Affiliate Success at Lottery.com. 

McGahan said: "I'm honored and excited for the trust placed in me to navigate Lottery.com's future and I would like to thank the Board for the trust they have placed in both me and Greg.

"Our innovative approach, backed by our stakeholders and leadership team, promises to transform the lottery industry and also maximize our investments in the Sports.com domain and Nexus Gaming System." 

Potts added: "Joining forces with Matthew, our Board, and stakeholders to elevate the Lottery.com brand globally is an exhilarating opportunity. The potential for growth and innovation here is immense, and I'm extremely optimistic about what we can achieve together." 

In other industry news today, SportsGrid has named Greg Topalian as the newest member of its Board of Directors. 

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