An experienced executive, Westcott joins Bally’s after serving in senior compliance roles with a number of companies. Most recently, he was global head of compliance at Nuvei.
Prior to this, Westcott worked in similar positions at Fiserv, the Sionoc Mobile Corporation and First Data Corporation. Earlier in his career, Westcott was also regional compliance operations leader at Caesars Entertainment Corporation.
In addition, he spent time working with Osage Casino, the Snoqualmie Gaming Commission and Isle of Capri Casinos.
Bally’s establishes new global responsibility and social impact role
Meanwhile, Bally’s has also named Barlow as its first vice-president for global responsibility and social impact.
Barlow joins Bally’s after a spell most recently as director of corporate social responsibility at Rush Street Interactive. She also spent time as director of responsible gaming and corporate social responsibility at Caesars.
Earlier in her career, Barlow also worked in responsible gaming positions with William Hill, IGT and Northstar Lottery Group.
“On behalf of the entire leadership team, I’m pleased to welcome Don and Tammi to Bally’s,” chief legal officer Kim Barker said. “Their deep expertise enables Bally’s to continue our progress toward building industry leading compliance, responsible gaming and social impact functions as the company continues to grow and expand.”
Bally’s set for online casino launch in Britain
The double commitment comes in the wake of Bally’s announcing online casino expansion plans in Great Britain.
Last week, it was revealed Bally Casino will replace Gamesys’ existing Megaways Casino site. Megaways Casino completes its decommission on 17 September. The rebrand marks Bally’s entrance into the British online casino market. Bally’s operates igaming websites across a number of states in the US.