Expanded Jersey firm aims for global lottery growth

Expanded Jersey firm aims for global lottery growth

Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Andrew Jarrett has become CEO of Twelve40

The former head of Digital Jersey is to lead a new e-gaming company formed by the merger of Twelve40 and software platform supplier Indigo Code Collective.

Andrew Jarrett has been appointed as chief executive of the combined Twelve40 company, which aims to use its Jersey gaming licence to become a leader in the development of lottery platforms and interactive games content.

Twelve40 said it believes Jarrett will use his experience and technical understanding of global gaming markets to “focus on engaging markets and taking them from physical lotteries to delivering online content”.

“The merger of Twelve40 and Indigo Code Collective is an important milestone in Jersey’s digital vision,” said Jarrett. “This cohesion delivers a strong team with global export prospects and ambition.”

Nigel Renouf, formally of Calligo, joins as business development director, and will be focusing on client relations and development of the company’s international business pipeline.

Jarrett added: “Our sophisticated platform is built using the very latest technology and is already attracting worldwide attention. Nigel and I will be focusing on globalising this platform and working with chosen partners to deliver digital innovation in the sector whilst adding value to good causes.

“Twelve40 will highlight Jersey’s capability as a technological centre and as an attractive location for e-gaming companies.”

TotallyGaming.com says: “This experienced duo should aid the company in its ambitious strategy.”

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