|By Business Wire||
|January 16, 2013 12:01 PM EST||
Betable, the world’s only platform that enables developers to legally offer real-money play in their own games, today announced that Jonathan Flesher has joined the company as Executive Vice President of Business Development. Jonathan brings a unique blend of more than 15 years of experience in games, digital entertainment and the finance industry from companies including JP Morgan, Electronic Arts, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and most recently Zynga where he served as Vice President and General Manager of Business Development.
Jonathan Flesher, Betable's New EVP of Business Development (Photo: Business Wire)
“Jonathan is well known in the industry for both his vision and ability to execute, we couldn’t be happier to have him join the Betable team,” said Christopher Griffin, Founder & CEO of Betable. “I’m confident that he will help grow our business and more importantly help our partners grow theirs.”
“Finding an early stage startup with such huge potential isn’t easy, but making the decision to join it is,” said Flesher. “Real-money gaming has been a major focus for me over the past couple of years- I understand its barriers to entry as well as its potential to disrupt. Betable is a frictionless way for developers to enter the real-money gaming market and I’m ready to play a part in the massive opportunity this team is creating.”
At Electronic Arts, Jonathan held the role of senior director of business development and prior to that spent more than 10 years in the financial services industry with industry leading companies including Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.’s, MC Ventures and JP Morgan.
Betable (https://developers.betable.com), the world’s only real-money gaming platform, is reinventing entertainment by merging the worlds of gaming and real-money game play. Betable provides the license, support and infrastructure that allow developers to legally integrate real-money gaming into their mobile and social games and applications. Betable is dedicated to providing players with world-leading security, player location and identity verification to keep their funds safe and to ensure responsible gaming. The company is privately held and is headquartered in London, England with an office in San Francisco, USA.
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