Quinton Singleton Promoted to President and COO at nVenue

Micro-betting technology platform nVenue has named Quinton Singleton its new President and Chief Operating Officer.

Singleton has been instrumental the launching and development of various companies, including Bet.Works and OneComply.

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Singleton received his latest promotion from his prior role as Lead Strategic Advisor of the company. In his new position, he will oversee nVenue’s continued expansion into both domestic and international markets, as well as manage strategic partnerships and investor relations.

With more than two decades of experience in the industry, Singleton has been instrumental in the launching and development of various companies, including NYX Gaming Group and Bet.Works and OneComply.

he exponential growth of sports betting demands cutting-edge solutions. nVenue’s machine learning and AI technology position us as leaders in shaping the future of sports data solutions. I am eager to collaborate with the management team to further drive expansion and strategic partnerships with sports leagues and gaming industry operators and suppliers.

Quinton SingletonPresident & COO at nVenue

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Expressing faith in its new head, nVenue asserted that Singleton will contribute significantly to shaping the future of data solutions for sports and media by leveraging its machine learning and AI technology within the industry.

We are delighted to welcome Quinton to the nVenue executive team as President and COO. His experience with the earliest versions of in-play betting to the development of micro-betting products highlights his invaluable contributions to the industry. We are excited to have him on board as we continue to innovate and grow this category for leagues, media, operators, and platforms.

Kelly PrachtnVenue Co-founder and CEO

NBA Invests in nVenue

nVenue is a leading provider of micro-betting technology to sports betting businesses, sports media, and sporting organizations such as the NBA, NFL, MLB, and NASCAR.

Last December, the NBA purchased an equity stake in the platform to give its fans more ways to engage with the sport.

The investment saw Scott Kaufman-Ross, the NBA’s Head of Gaming and New Business Ventures, join the nVenue board as an observer for the NBA.


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