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NH Lottery appoints first director of sports betting

| By Aaron Noy
The New Hampshire Lottery has appointed Daniel Maloney as its first director of sports betting, as it looks to manage the expansion of legal wagering across the state.
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In his role Maloney will lead sports betting sales strategies and executions, as well as identifying potential partners for new opportunities.

The position was created as part of the 2019 legislation that legalized sports betting in the state, and oversees as aspects of sports betting, including managing relationships with New Hampshire’s exclusive sports betting operator DraftKings and physical sportsbook locations.

He joins having most recently worked as an intern for the Nevada Gaming Control Board. Maloney is a lawyer by trade, with a Master’s of Law degree in gaming and regulation from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and 12 years’ experience in contract and compliance law.

“We are pleased to welcome Daniel Maloney to our team in this critical new strategic role to help us continue to implement and expand upon our already successful sports betting infrastructure,” said Charlie McIntyre, the New Hampshire Lottery executive director. 

“We are proud of our initial success with sports betting and we have every expectation that we will continue to build momentum,” McIntyre said. “Danny will play a major role in our efforts to maximize this channel in support of education in New Hampshire. The future is bright for sports betting in New Hampshire.”

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