PointsBet and Women in Sports Tech collab to boost careers’ ‘at all levels’

PointsBet and Women in Sports Tech collab to boost careers’ ‘at all levels’

PointsBet has partnered with Women in Sports Tech, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing opportunities for women in sports, technology, and innovation. 

PointsBet aligns with Sports Tech

As a corporate partner of WiST, PointsBet will contribute to the organization’s efforts to improve the lives of women at all professional phases.

This will include fireside talks and panel discussions with industry veterans and senior executives, summer internship opportunities through the WiST Fellowship program, and job fairs for middle and high school students in the sports technology environment.

WiST has partnered with over 23 major corporations, including the Comcast NBCUniversal SportsTech Accelerator, IBM Sports, Nike, the NBA/WNBA, and AEG Worldwide, under the leadership of CEO and co-founder Marilou McFarlane. The group is actively involved in developing live and virtual programs, events, and internships that assist and empower women at all professional phases.

The last there, PointsBet followed up its igaming openings in Michigan and New Jersey by launching an online casino in Virginia and announcing a partnership with Scientific Games.

Quotes from the Press Release

“they are steadfast in our commitment to empotheyring women to contribute to and participate in this lucrative business. As they continue to expand our diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, our cooperation with WiST will be a critical piece of the jigsaw,” said PointsBet CEO Johnny Aitken.

“As a fast-developing sports technology company, they at PointsBet believe it is crucial to theylcome more women into this field and to foster an inclusive atmosphere for women interested in pursuing careers in sports technology,” stated Rachelle Carpenter, PointsBet’s chief of people.

“I’m looking forward to collaborating with Marilou, and the WiST team in what I’m confident will be a mutually beneficial relationship.”

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