U.S. Integrity, a technology firm that monitors integrity in sports betting, has appointed former Bloomberg engineer Ricky Wong as the company’s chief technology officer (CTO).
In a release, the company called Wong “a seasoned technology leader with deep knowledge in product growth, data integration, and modern software development. He has a wealth of experience in creating and leading teams within complex, heavily regulated industries, with plans to rapidly expand U.S. Integrity’s technology team.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Ricky to our team as CTO,” said Matthew Holt, CEO of U.S. Integrity. “Ricky will play an integral role in new product deployment and assisting in our expansion globally. Ricky’s experience and core values align perfectly with U.S. Integrity’s mission to keep the integrity of sports as a top priority.
“Ricky brings over 20 years of experience in the tech and product development industry,” Holt continued. “We have a vision of where our company will go from here and I am very confident that Ricky’s leadership and ability to execute will help us get there.”
Wong added, “I am excited to join the U.S. Integrity team and look forward to contributing to the company’s innovative gaming integrity platform, expanding our technological footprint, and advancing our operational excellence.”
Wong most recently served as an engineering team leader at Bloomberg LP, helping to innovate the next generation of analytical interfaces and distributed engines. Prior to that, he was the managing partner at Curzon Technologies, where he co-launched a proprietary high-frequency trading desk. Previously he was the CTO at LaBranche & Co LLC, where he transitioned the NYSE specialist firm to algorithmic trading.