Gaming technology provider Scientific Games (SG) announced the appointment of Glen Saville as a senior director, global trading, based in Las Vegas. Saville will take the role from Benjie Cherniak and will be responsible for the company’s global trading business.
“I’m thrilled to have joined Scientific Games and look forward to the exciting task ahead.”Glen Saville, Senior Director, Global Trading, Scientific Games
Invaluable Asset for the Company
Keith O’Loughlin, senior vice president for sportsbook at SG expressed his extreme appreciation to Benjie Cherniak, acknowledging his contribution to the business, and wishing him success in his future professional career.
“We’re excited to unveil the arrival of Glen, who will prove to be an invaluable asset in our ambitions to drive forward our global trading service.”Keith O’Loughlin, Senior Vice President, Sportsbook, Scientific Games Digital
Glen Saville also will be tasked with oversight for SG’s European and Don Best Sports businesses to ensure the technology supplier offers a seamless standards-setting service in the gaming industry. Boasting a wealth of experience within the global sports betting industry, the arrival of the new senior director further improved the trading capabilities and strength of SG’s product offering related to sports wagering.
“Having worked closely with the company and the OpenSports ecosystem at NZRB, I’m fully aware of the leading sports betting solutions that we offer. In the months ahead, I’m keen to introduce new ways of elevating our trading capabilities to ensure that our customers receive the best possible service.”Glen Saville, Senior Director, Global Trading, Scientific Games
Before joining Scientific Games, Glen Saville performed in the role of general manager for betting at NZ TAB, a role he held for 6 years, following his position as head of product at Tom Waterhouse, another sportsbook operator in Australia.
“With a background of working for major sportsbooks, his operator experience will undoubtedly sharpen our business delivery to a new level that will hugely benefit our global customer network. I’m delighted to welcome Glen to the team and begin 2021 in such a positive manner.”Keith O’Loughlin, Senior Vice President, Sportsbook, Scientific Games Digital
In November, Scientific Games appointed Laura Probert as chief people officer for the company’s digital division. Relying on her proven ability to develop people’s skills and improve HR processes, the company believed she would be a valuable asset in creating successful employees capable of driving technological and product transformation.