Eric Weiss Appointed as President, North America for Odds On Compliance
Odds On Compliance, a renowned technology and consultancy firm specializing in sports betting, iGaming, and gambling regulatory compliance, is delighted to announce the appointment of Eric Weiss as President, North America.
In his new position, Weiss will spearhead the company’s compliance services business in North America, with a focus on managing the Audit, Technical Compliance, Regulatory Operations, and Licensing teams.
Weiss has an extensive background in the iGaming industry, having spent a significant portion of his career at the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. During his tenure, he held positions such as Chief of Staff and, ultimately, Deputy Executive Director of Technical Services/Slot Laboratory. Weiss played a pivotal role in the introduction of internet gaming in New Jersey, where he was responsible for policy research, approving iGaming systems, and regulating Atlantic City’s online casino operations.
Since joining Odds On Compliance in 2021, Weiss has been serving as the company’s Vice President of Technical Compliance and Audit. In his new role, he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the iGaming and casino sectors, and is dedicated to providing exceptional value to clients across North America.
“We are thrilled to appoint Eric Weiss as President in North America,” said Eric Frank, CEO. “His deep understanding of the gaming industry, combined with his proven leadership skills, make him the ideal candidate to continue the strong growth of our North American services operations. I am confident that under his leadership, we will continue to drive growth and innovation in the North American market.”
“I am excited to begin this new role, and work with the talented team here to deliver world-class technology and consulting solutions to clients in North America,” said Weiss. “This is a dynamic and rapidly-evolving industry, and I look forward to leveraging my experience to help our clients stay ahead of the curve.”