Former Chartwell Tech boss heads to Cyberarts Alderney

Written On  4/27/11 By staff writer Emily Apontif :

Former Chartwell Tech boss heads to Cyberarts Alderney
The veteran online gambling software developer Cyberarts has announced the appointment of Dan Phillips as managing director of the company's latest venture, the newly licensed Cyberarts Alderney, which is focused on white label and social gaming internet bingo activities
Phillips is a widely experienced online gambling manager, having previously served as chief executive at Chartwell Gaming International and before that as a director at the Gala Coral group – some 15 years in all.
Founded in 1995, CyberArts’ collective experience across gaming, enterprise software, and software development is focused on delivering advanced enterprise-grade gaming software.
“We’ve dedicated a tremendous amount of resources to the development of our Bingo game and Foundation Control Center management system over the past two years,” said Ken Arnold, chairman of CyberArts.
“We wanted someone who could maximize that investment with industry experience and vision and we’ve found that with Dan.”
CyberArts achieved its Alderney license in March this year.
In related news, another former Chartwell manager, Andrew Pegler, has been appointed business development director at mobile gaming supplier Mfuse. Prior to his service with Chartwell, Pegler was with Jadestone, the Swedish skill games supplier.