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Sunderland leaves Probability

Specialist mobile gambling software provider Probability has confirmed to that chief operating officer Matthew Sunderland has resigned from the company in order to pursue opportunities outside of the UK.

Sunderland joined the company in 2009 as managing director of consumer brands, a role in which he oversaw Probability’s commercial strategy. This included driving forward LadyLuck’s, the company’s mobile casino offering.

Probability said that there are currently no plans to replace Sunderland in the role.

His responsibilities have instead been distributed amongst other senior managers – including chief executive officer Charles Cohen, chief financial officer Qurban Hussain and newly appoint head of business-to-business Glen Elliott. The latter of these has relocated to the UK to take up the role, having previously managed the firm’s subsidiary office in Gibraltar.

Cohen said in a statement: “We are grateful to Matt for his exceptional contribution to Probability over the past four years in making LadyLuck’s the number one mobile casino in the UK. His skills in media enabled us to take advantage of the potential of TV advertising and to hone our brand proposition and consumer appeal. We wish Matt luck with his new ventures overseas.”