Lieutenant Governor Sir Richard Gozney visits Annexio    

21st June 2017

The Lieutenant Governor Sir Richard Gozney visited the Isle of Man office with an interest to gain more knowledge about the lottery betting services. 

Annexio founder Tom Brodie provided Sir Richard a guided tour round the office introducing staff members in all the company's departments. 

On his visit, Sir Richard learnt about the products available to Annexio customers, the regulatory compliance and player protection procedures and plans to apply for more licenses in different jurisdictions. 

Speaking after the event, Mr Brodie said: ’It was a pleasure to welcome His Excellency to our offices and all our staff enjoyed meeting him and telling him about the work they do.'

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Annexio supports networking event for students

26th May 2017

We are proud supporters of a networking event focused on helping young individuals with the desire to pursue a career in IT. 

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Annexio donates £5,000 to Motiv8

6th April 2017

Formerly known as the Isle of Man Alcohol Advisory Service, Motiv8 has broadened its remit to include drug awareness and support for those affected by problem gambling. The GamCare scheme includes a special helpline and the offer of free, non-judgemental help and advice to anyone who is concerned their own gambling – or that of a friend or family member - is getting out of control. The GamCare service is entirely reliant on donations.

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Annexio granted Irish license ahead of St Patrick’s Day

14th March 2017   

Being granted an Irish license ahead of St Patrick's Day means players in the Irish republic will be eligible for the biggest jackpots in the world.  In August 2016, a lucky UK-based player scooped £840,000 after betting on the American lottery Powerball via the World Lottery Club website.

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Sebastien Jeanneau appointed Head of Operations at Annexio

12th January 2017

Formerly Head of IT, Sebastien joined Annexio in 2013 bringing a wealth of experience in change management, business intelligence and service delivery from previous roles in the financial services industry. 
As Head of Operations, he will be responsible for payment processing development, call centre services and betting operations whilst maintaining oversight of the IT function. With Annexio’s business spanning multiple markets and jurisdictions, Sebastien is looking forward to the challenges of delivering a first class service to clients wherever they are in the world.

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British Lottery Winner Scoops $1 Million

29th July 2016

The winner, from Bolton in Greater Manchester, won with the US Powerball after spending £19 through website World Lottery Club.

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Former PokerStars General Counsel Paul Telford joins Annexio

8th June 2016

Former PokerStars general counsel Paul Telford joins Annexio as its General Counsel at a time of expansion as it grow its business in multiple markets.

Managing director Jennifer Houghton said: “We are delighted to welcome Paul at an exciting time for Annexio. His background and experience will help guide us through our current period of development as we bring our products to an ever increasing international customer base.”

Telford joins Annexio with more than 17 years’ experience in iGaming, having previously served as general counsel to PokerStars and assistant general counsel to PartyGaming. He started his career at London magic circle law firm Allen & Overy advising both operators and financial institutions interested in the new sector of online gaming. After a short stint at PartyGaming, he joined the board of PokerStars, advising the business until its sale to Amaya. In 2012, he was named in the Gaming Intelligence Hot 50 most talented, innovative and inspiring people working in online gaming.

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Minister Laurence Skelly visits Annexio

17th July 2015

Minister Laurence Skelly paid a visit to the Annexio headquarters on the Isle of Man to learn more about the rapidly growing lottery business. 

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