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Odds On Compliance names co-founder Scrivo as new technology chief

| By Robert Fletcher
Gambling-focused technology and consultancy business Odds On Compliance has appointed Mark Scrivo, one of its co-founders, as chief technology officer with immediate effect.

In his new role, Scrivo will lead development and information technology for Odds On, with responsibility for overseeing all aspects of business technology, as well as the business’ regulatory and compliance technology platform.

Scrivo takes on the position after an eight-year spell at General Electric, where he was most recently principle infrastructure analyst. He also spent time as senior staff infrastructure analyst for enterprise mobility and General Electric Digital, and senior mobility architect for General Electric.

Aside from this, Scrivo had a spell as messaging services engineer at Volkswagen and, during a five-year stint with T-Systems, was a technical support analyst and mobile communication specialist. 

“I am delighted to have Mark as part of the Odds On team; he brings senior leadership experience from blue-chip, international brands to lead the development of our regulatory platform,” Odds On Compliance chief executive and co-founder Eric Frank said.

“Under Mark’s leadership, we will reinforce Odds On Compliance’s credentials as a leading technology business, specialising in regulatory and compliance services in the US and worldwide.” 

Scrivo added: “Odds On Compliance has an exciting future ahead and I am very pleased with the team, especially at such a pivotal time in the development of the industry and this business.

“There were many reasons why this role was so attractive for me, but principally it is to help fulfil Eric’s vision of using technology to simplify the complex regulatory landscape that exists in industries like sports betting, igaming and gambling.” 

The appointment comes after Odds On recently secured new strategic investment from a group led by sports tech venture capital fund SeventySix Capital. Odds On said that it would use the new funding to support its expansion plans, with a focus on data and technology development.

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