As the changes come thick and fast to the world of online gambling in Canada, there are more big names sportsbooks and online casinos pouring into the Great White North. One of these names is of course Fanduel who is looking to strike while the iron is hot. They have already made moves to give themselves an edge in the market by appointing Dale Hooper as their new general manager.
Fanduel have hired Hooper to help them with their wider strategy as they seem to have got through clear cut regulations for every province in Canada. Hooper appears to be the right man for the job as Fanduel already has the wheels turning to get themselves off the ground in the Canadian online gambling markets.
Having already worked for Deloitte Canada, Hooper is well acquainted with the landscape of legal regulations in the country. Hooper will serve as number 2 to Fanduel CEO Amy Howe as he aids the betting brand in establishing both sports betting and iGaming state by state. Howe has since praised Hooper for his adept skill set at building up products and curating them to meet customer expectations.
With Hooper now serving Fanduel in their mission to bring iGaming and sports betting to Canada, the betting brand can feel confident in the knowledge that he brings with him over 30-years worth of experience in consumer driven industries. You only need to look at his resume to see his credentials as Hooper has helped brands like PepsiCo Food, PepsiCo Beverages, Cadbury Canada and many, many more. He has helped these brands reach their full potential and reach the levels of customer satisfaction that all commercial brands, in any industry, can only dream of.
As such, its easy to see why those at Fanduel are so optimistic about the brand’s future in the Great White North, as they have a man who oozes experience and class now guiding them into Canada’s new world of online gambling.
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