eQube Gaming Announces Board of Directors Changes

Publish: 21.04.2017

Edmonton-based provider of electronic bingo – eBingo – system for land-based gaming operators in commercial and charitable gaming facilities, eQube has announces an update on its Board of Directors.

Change to Board of Directors

The company which has the majority market share in the Canadian regulated market, but also operates in Ireland, lifts lid on the departure of Robb McNaughton effective from 14 April 2017.

Mr. Naughton has left his position in the Board due to increased time commitments associated with his other business obligations, it was revealed.

The company alongside the four remaining board members have thanked Mr. Naughton for his valuable contributions during his time as a Director.

eQube continues with its dedicated efforts to further improve its footprint in the market and expansion which includes a break into the Spanish bingo market, that has most recently been added to Canada and Ireland.

A deployment in Andalucia, Spain, has made a product order earlier this year, allowing eQubet to make its first foray into the valuable bingo market such as Spanish.

John Purcell, Chief Executive Officer of eQube recently commented “eQube continues to provide opportunities for operators in multiple jurisdictions and will continue to provide value to our client partners to deliver the best of breed products and solutions in the ever-growing international bingo market.”

About eQube

Leading provider of electronic bingo systems, eQube was founded in 1999 and is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol EQG.

eQube offers its eBingo and related gaming content to commercial, tribal, regulatory and charitable customers. Company’s current offering consists of commercial eBingo, linked wide area bingo, traditional bingo and automated bingo.