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PointsBet has appointed Jeff Gamble as its new Vice President of Creative.

Gamble brings nearly two decades of experience leading content and creative teams in the sports and entertainment industry, most recently serving as VP of Creative & Content for the Brooklyn Nets and Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment.

At PointsBet, Gamble will lead a team of designers, producers, and ambassadors, creating content and providing unique insights and information for PointsBet fans and customers around the world.

“I’m incredibly excited to join PointsBet and be part of a leading company in one of the fastest-growing industries on earth, reimagining how sports fans engage their favorite teams and leagues. PointsBet has built one of the most innovative products in sports betting and gathered some of the most talented people in the content development space, and I’m thrilled to join the team,” Gamble said.

“The PointsBet experience is what differentiates our product from our competitors. Wholly owned technology and premium products, entertaining and insightful ambassadors, and partnerships with the most important leagues, teams, and organizations in sports, has been an integral part of PointsBet’s success to date. Bringing Jeff on board to help us continue telling that story and entertaining our customers is another significant milestone for PointsBet, and I can’t wait to see what he and the team create,” Johnny Aitken, CEO of PointsBet USA, said.

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