Warren Murphy appointed as MD of Betradar

Sports data provider Sportradar has appointed Warren Murphy as the managing director betting, of Betradar.

Based full time in the London office, his role at Betradar will see him take overall responsibility for the strategic direction and commercial delivery of the company’s betting business and will work closely with the Betting Product Unit Leads and teams based in our various offices around the world, according to a company email sent to media on Tuesday.

Mr. Murphy was previously the CEO at the Sporting Index Group for a total of 7 years, where he oversaw both the B2C betting business as well as their B2B offering. Before that, he was the Head of New Product Development at Camelot.

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