Bet-at-Home appoints Marco Falchetto to board

| By Marese O'Hagan
Betclic-owned online gaming operator Bet-at-Home has appointed Marco Falchetto to its management board.
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Falchetto has experience in online betting and casino, and has worked in managerial and consultancy roles throughout the industry.

Bet-at-Home co-founder Franz Ömer and fellow board member Michael Quatember will leave the management board at the expiration of their terms. Ömer’s term will end later this month.

Earlier this month, the operator also announced a forecast for its 2022 fiscal year, taking into consideration the layoffs of 65 employees stemming from the withdrawal of its online casino service from the Austrian and Maltese markets.

It now expects gross gaming revenue to fall between €50m-€60m, and earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) to be in the range of minus €2m and €2m.

The removal of its online casino service from the Austrian market came as a result of a legal dispute, wherein players sought reimbursements for money lost while playing with unlicensed operators. Casinos Austria is the only operator currently licensed to offer online gaming in the country.

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