Butler will join the company following her retirement from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), where in 2018 she played an important role in establishing the state’s sports betting regulatory framework.
In 1987, Butler began her career with the New Jersey Casino Control Commission as an auditor – and by 1995 led the revenue certification team. She helped develop auditing strategies for the introduction of online gaming in 2013.
Ghanavati’s most recent role was head of regulatory technology at Fubo Gaming. In this position he oversaw the company’s jurisdictional product compliance strategy and assisted with the businesses launch in several states, including Iowa, Arizona and New Jersey. Fubo shut down its sports betting operation in October.