Pronet Gaming announces appointment of Anthony Murphy as new head of commercial account management

Pronet Gaming announces appointment of Anthony Murphy as new head of commercial account management

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Pronet Gaming has announced the recruitment of Anthony Murphy to the role of head of commercial account management. He will be helping in driving business revenues for its fast-growing client base as the company steps up its expansion into multiple new jurisdictions.

Having held both B2C and B2B positions with Sporting Group and having over 13 years of experience in the industry, Murphy will manage the provider’s portfolio of new and existing customers, with a focus on building long-standing relationships. He will be bringing extensive knowledge in managing tier-one sportsbook and lottery operators. He has previously worked with some of the industry’s biggest brands in his most recent role of senior account manager for Sporting Solutions.

“Pronet Gaming has made a huge impact in the market over the last couple of years and it’s a pleasure to be joining the company at such an exciting time in its journey. I look forward to strengthening relationships with customers and ensuring that each of them has access to best-of-breed services that set their brand apart in a competitive marketplace.” Said Anthony Murphy in a comment on his appointment.

Murphy’s achievements in growing new income streams will serve as a key asset to Pronet Gaming since the company is aiming to prove itself as being the top platform provider in Emerging Markets across the globe.

“Anthony has an incredible track record of establishing strong client relationships and helping deliver business growth with excellent account management. He will play a key role in ensuring our partners maximize the benefits they gain from our platform, with the tailored approach to partnerships and proactive consultancy that we’re now known for.” Said Bobby Longhurst, chief commercial officer at Pronet Gaming.

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