Real Luck Group has confirmed the resignation of William Moore from his position as the company’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
An ACCA-qualified accountant with buy and sell-side M&A experience, Moore joined Real Luck Group as CFO in December 2021 after leaving the same role at B2B gaming firm Markor Technology.
Moore previously held senior finance positions at several igaming B2C operators including Gamesys (now Bally Technologies), Gala Coral Group and bwin/Party (now Entain).
During seven years on the operating Board of Gamesys, he oversaw the successful launches of Virgin Bet, Rainbow Riches Casino and Monopoly Casino.
Moore joined Real Luck Group at a time where it was targeting strong growth, with the Calgary-based company preparing to launch its casino during the early stages of 2022.
After announcing his resignation last Friday, Real Luck Group said: “The Company wishes to thank Mr. Moore for his services and contributions to the Company and wishes him success in his future endeavors.”
Following Moore’s resignation, the company’s CEO, Thomas Rosander, has assumed the role of Interim CFO while Real Luck Group “finalizes the ongoing restructuring and search for a suitable replacement”.
Meanwhile, earlier this month, the firm announced the “immediate suspension” of betting and player registrations on its B2C platform, Luckbox.com.