Strive is proud to introduce Strive Gaming CMO Jamie Shea as a new member of the team.

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Jamie Shea was announced as a new non-executive director of the company, where she will oversee SimWin Sports’ virtual sports league.

With over 30 years of experience in sports betting, Shea has worked at places such as the Hard Rock Hotel and Caesars Entertainment. He also served time with DraftKings before moving on to work elsewhere again!

As the new CMO for Strive Gaming, Shea will have an input across multiple parts of their business including gaming operations , marketing sales to casinos technology & fantasy sports . Additionally she’ll remain in her post at SimWin where she is currently responsible for all things related with respect t o bettors who play interactive games on our site or via mobile apps.

Joining the team at SimWin was a no-brainer for Shea. They are currently leading in innovation and setting an industry standard that will be years ahead of its time, she said proudly.
Jamie Shea feel very fortunate to work with such innovative people on something so important – bringing fans real money gaming experiences they can’t get anywhere else!

“This game-changing product will not only change the way we play games, but also our understanding and expectations about video games as a whole. With such an innovative team working on it I cannot wait for you all to experience what they have in store!”

“We are excited to have Jamie join the team, she has a real-money gaming All Star status and will be an integral part our push into this growing industry,” added SimWin Founder & CEO David Ortiz.

“I am delighted to announce that we have been granted a contract by the SimWin organization. This means so much not only for myself but my team as well, since it will be an opportunity of great significance in achieving our goals this year! We couldn’t ask for anyone better than Mrs. Kridel herself – her knowledge and experience are integral parts within delivering sports fans 24/7 league play right out of gate.”

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