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Soft2Bet appoints David Yatom as General Counsel

Soft2Bet, provider of casino and sports betting platforms, hires David Yatom to lead its legal, regulatory and compliance teams in his new role as General Counsel.

David is joining the firm after accumulating significant experience both as a private and in-house legal specialist. Yatom’s rich experience as a corporate, commercial and regulatory legal adviser, along with his experience in the online betting industry, makes him an important addition to the Soft2Bet team.

He previously served as General Counsel of SBTech and later, after participating in the latter’s business combination agreement with Diamond Eagle Acquisition and DraftKings, assumed the role of Senior Director of Legal at Draftkings.

As Soft2Bet’s General Counsel, Yatom will lead the company’s legal and compliance initiatives and continue to drive the company’s expansion strategy and focus on existing and emerging regulatory markets, as well as playing a vital role in shaping Soft2Bet’s corporate and commercial strategy.

Uri Poliavich, CEO of Soft2Bet, commented: “We deeply value David Yatom’s substantial experience and believe he will provide exceptional guidance and insights that will enhance our existing legal advisory services. He understands Soft2Bet’s core values ​​and will lead our presence in the sector”.

David Yatom, Soft2Bet’s new General Counsel, added: “I am thrilled to be joining Soft2Bet. During its relatively short time in operation, the brand has managed to position itself as a key player in the online gaming industry.”

“The company has an amazing group of professional, enthusiastic and dedicated individuals who have the capability and potential to become one of the most significant organizations in the online gaming industry.”

“I am a firm believer in the company’s unique product, technology and capacity for innovation. Soft2Bet has a highly capable and dynamic management team and I look forward to working with them to jointly realize long-term strategic goals,” concluded Yatom .