Isle of Man based GVC Holdings announces the resignation of non-executive director Nigel Blyth-Tinker.
GVC Holdings, the operator of a number of online casinos and successful online sportsbooks in the UK, is seeing a shift within the company. It’s former non-executive director, Nigel Blythe-Tinker has stepped down from his position with immediate effect.
At present, the group holds the brands of Sportingbet, Casino Club, Betboo and Paradise Poker.
After serving his position of non-executive director for nine years and has been on the GVC board since 2004, Blyth-Tinker has decided to say good-bye to the company, although, GVC did not disclose any information about his replacement.
GVC might be based in the UK and licensed under UK gambling laws, but it also holds a number of licenses abroad, like in Denmark, Spain and Malta. The company has grown over Nigel Blythe-Tinker’s time.
Nigel Blythe-Tinker steps down from position as non-executive director at GVC Holdings
“On behalf of the board I would like to thank Nigel for the contribution he has made during the nine years he has served as a non-executive director,” said GVC’s CEO Kenneth Alexander.
“He joined the board at the time of the original IPO in December 2004 and has provided the company with wise counsel throughout this period and helped guide GVC to the size it is now,” he continued.
Blythe-Tinker’s successor still remains unclear, but his resignation will take place with immediate effect. How that will bode for the company will only remain to be seen in the future.