US Integrity names Dave Abbott as new CPO

January 17, 2024
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He brings more than 20 years of global leadership experience to his new role.

Sports betting integrity monitoring and technology company US Integrity (USI) has appointed Dave Abbott as its new Chief Product Officer. Abbott was Sharplink Gaming’s Chief Technology Officer prior to joining US Integrity.

Abbott has more than two decades of experience in the area of global leadership. During his time at Sharplink, he provided leadership for the company’s product and technology teams.

Before working at Sharplink, Abbott served as Sportradar’s MD of US Media.

Company CEO Matthew Holt welcomed Abbott to the leadership team by saying, "We are thrilled to welcome Dave to our team as our new Chief Product Officer. He will play an integral role in the firm’s product strategy as we continue evolving our solutions and expanding our reach throughout the rest of the world.

"Dave’s broad experience building real-time sports and gaming data products aligns with US Integrity’s mission to maintain the integrity of sports through data analysis.

"Dave brings valuable experience productizing data that will provide our customers [with] a new level of visibility and confidence into their operations. We have a vision of where our company will go from here and I am very confident that Dave’s leadership and ability to execute will help us get there.”

Abbott took a moment to comment on stepping into his new role.

He said, “I am excited to join US Integrity at such a crucial time in its journey. I’m looking forward to contributing to US Integrity’s tradition of product innovation and superior customer experience.

USI remains focused on “proactively identifying irregular contest-level, officiating & wagering patterns” by examining dozens of data sets.


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