Caesars Interactive Entertainment taps new general manager

19 November 2014
By Howard Stutz

LAS VEGAS -- Caesars Interactive Entertainment named a new general manager Tuesday to oversee the company’s regulated online gaming business in Nevada and New Jersey.

Leon Thomas will work out of the company’s headquarters and report to Caesars Interactive CEO Mitch Garber.

Caesars Interactive, which also operates the World Series of Poker, is owned by Caesars Growth Partners, an affiliate of Caesars Entertainment.

Thomas, 36, will oversee the company’s strategic and operational initiatives in regulated real-money online gaming. Caesars Interactive currently offers real money gaming sites in Nevada and New Jersey, plus and in New Jersey.

All sites offer both desktop and mobile and tablet options for players.

Previously, Thomas was the managing director of Tombola, the largest online bingo site in the United Kingdom, Italy and Spain.

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