Score Media and Gaming Inc. (theScore) has appointed veteran sports business and marketing executive Brian Cooper to its Board of Directors.

“Brian brings with him an immense amount of experience and entrepreneurial success as a sports marketer and operator across North America. We’re thrilled to welcome him to the Board and to leverage his expertise as we continue to reinforce our position as a leader in mobile sports media, sports betting and esports,” John Levy, Founder and CEO of theScore, said.

Cooper is the chairman of award-winning marketing agency MKTG Canada. Prior to this, he served as VP, Business Development and Operations for MLSE. He also serves as Chair of Canada Basketball, an advisor to the Wayne Gretzky Foundation and sits on the Advisory Board of Playmaker Capital.

“theScore has become one of the biggest names in sports media, both in Canada and the US, and they are primed to achieve the same success with their gaming operations. This is a truly exciting time to be joining the Board of a company that has always played at the cutting-edge, and I look forward to supporting John and his team in realizing their vision,” Cooper said.

The Company also announced that Lorry Schneider and Mark Zega would be stepping down from the Board with immediate effect.

“Both Lorry and Mark have served as highly-valued and long-time members of our Board, and I greatly appreciate their dedication and contributions to our growth and success. On behalf of the entire Board, I thank them for all their service,” John Levy said.

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