Brydon to Find New Role
By Staff
Talarius, owner of the Quicksilver chain of gaming centres and the online casino, has announced that Lee Brydon has stepped down from his role as Gaming Support Director.

Brydon stated that he is leaving the Milton Keynes-based company in order to find a new role in the industry and new challenges after 14 years of service.

Appointed to the newly-created post of Gaming Support Director in June, Brydon’s brief was to amalgamate the technical and security divisions after moving from his previous role as Regional Operations Director.

“I am totally focussed and committed to providing an improved service to Quicksilver field operations,” Brydon said in June.

“At a time when the introduction of the Gambling Act is fast approaching with September 1st seeing the biggest shake up of the UK betting and gaming industry for 40 years, it is going to be crucial to provide considered support and guidance to our operating team and to help them navigate their way through the blizzard of new regulation and controls.”

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