On Tuesday, September 6th, 2022 the global business – to – business sports betting and i – Gaming giant in FSB has announced that they are opening a new technical delivery office that will be located in Glasgow, Scotland.

That new office is scheduled to open this fall, and this being the major technological hub will result in the overall heartbeat of FSB’s technical operations throughout Europe, Africa, as well as other international territories outside of both North and South America. They will be responsible for suppling firmly relies on the delivery for their new and present partners.

The 60 – plus strong squad that will be housed at the new Scottish headquarters will be ultimately managed by Ken Paterson, who is FSB’s new Global Head of Delivery. The former GVC CEA will play a very positive role in leading the day – to – day processes within the new enterprise space that was strategically placed in Glasgow, Scotland.

The Other New Location of the EGR Multi – Channel Supplier of the Year

The recent announcement of the Glasgow headquarters follows only after days of the EGR Multi – Channel Supplier of the Year releasing the details on their latest South American hub in the Colombian city of Medellin, Colombia. Both offices will be essential factors in the providers determination in order to deliver Tier – 1 curated sports betting as well as i – Gaming practices to their customer bases over the upcoming months and years that lie ahead of us.

Media Statements

The Global Delivery Director of FSB, Ken Paterson, stated that, “Delivering for our growing global client portfolio is our primary objective as an organization and this new Glasgow base will play a huge role in executing that.

 “The Scottish hub will focus on our European and African business but will also collaborate closely with our Americas – facing new Colombian center as we work cohesively as a global unit. These are incredibly exciting times to be part of FSB’s growth journey and I’m hugely thrilled to be able to get our Glasgow operations underway this autumn.”