Brad Cummings is the Founder and & CEO of EQL Games, the leading developer of lottery games based on the results of live sports in the U.S. Beginning as an idea for a horse racing lottery game during a brainstorming session in his home office, EQL Games has evolved into the leader in this new live sports lottery category which includes games based on baseball, basketball, football, golf, hockey, and horse racing and has secured licensing contracts with some of the biggest names in American sports.
His first start-up company is leading horse racing industry news site the Paulick Report which he co-founded in 2008 with internationally-renowned journalist Ray Paulick. Previously, Cummings served as COO of PM Advertising, a Lexington, KY, ad agency specializing in Thoroughbred racing. He also penned a regular column for the Louisville Courier Journal and served as a political operative in his adopted home state of Kentucky.
Kim is the CFO of EQL Games and has over 20 years of finance and operations experience in start-ups and early stage companies. Kim started out in public accounting in the Entrepreneurial Services Group of Ernst & Young, which fueled her interest in early stage, high-growth companies. The first company that Kim joined out of public accounting was The Cobb Group, which was an early stage, high growth company at the time and actually sold several times while Kim was there. From there, Kim co-founded a couple of companies with some of her Cobb Group colleagues. Kim co-founded TechRepublic, an online media company that provides real world information to IT pros and served as its Chief Financial Officer. TechRepublic was acquired by Gartner Group in 2000. After that, Kim co-founded IT Business Edge, an online media and database marketing company, and served as its Chief Financial Officer. IT Business Edge was acquired by QuinStreet (NASDAQ:QNST) in 2011. Since the sale of IT Business Edge, Kim has been providing fractional CFO Services to multiple companies, including RowdMap that sold to Cotiviti (NYSE:COTV) in 2017.
Austin Mayberry is the CTO of EQL Games and has been developing software for over 35 years since he first learned to write simple programs from his father at the age of 6. He developed and released his first commercial software over 26 years ago at the age of 16. His masters thesis was written 20 years ago outlining a plan to move medical practice management to the cloud. He has spent his career evaluating, developing, and implementing technology in industries as diverse as healthcare, financial services, marketing, gaming, and social media.
For the past 16 years, he has focused on the financial services industry designing software and managing teams to develop tools for cloud based collaboration. He has a Masters of Computer Engineering from the University of Louisville, a Masters of Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon University, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Lottery content supplier EQL Games announces a new partnership with Jelly Entertainment to offer new content for iLottery platforms in the U.S. and abroad. The agreement supports Jelly’s entry into the iLottery market by leveraging EQL Games’ extensive lottery network and utilizing its proprietary RGS technology to integrate with lotteries and their system vendors. This […]
U.S. iGaming Leader to Develop Digital Lottery Products EQL Games has signed an agreement with Australian game studio ReelPlay to provide iLottery content to North American lotteries. EQL Games’ proprietary RGS technology will be used to integrate with lotteries to provide ReelPlay games through lotteries that allow for the purchase of games online. This marks […]
Features Innovative iLottery Content in Partnership with Present Creative Lottery innovator EQL Games has signed an agreement with the Michigan Lottery to provide digital content through its iLottery platform. This agreement will initially feature games developed by third-party game developer Present Creative and opens the door for EQL Games to offer additional future content. It […]