Kindred Group

Daniel Gambin, an experienced employee in the local iGaming industry, has been promoted to Director of Player Sustainability at Kindred Group plc.

Mr Gambin joined Kindred Group as Head of Player Safety back in February 2013. He held said role for upwards of four years, before moving to Cerberus Technology to serve as Chief Operations Officer.

Daniel Gambin
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In January 2019, Mr Gambin returned to Kindred Group as Global Head of Player Sustainability. He occupied this role for just over three years before his most recent promotion.

Prior to joining Kindred, the Player Sustainability Director occupied a series of roles at BetClic Everest. He joined said company as Senior Risk and Fraud Analyst in 2007.

Three years later, he was promoted to Risk, Fraud, and Payments Trainer, and four months after that he took on the role of Operational Process & Risk Manager / MLRO.

Kindred Group was founded in 1997 to provide customers with a better and safer way to place a bet in the modern digital world.

Nowadays, the group is made up of nine gambling brands: 32Red, Bingo.com, Casinohuone, Kolikkopelit, Maria Casino, Highroller, Unibet, Vlad Cazino, and Ottokasino.

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