Digital sports agency more than doubles staff with move from Brighton to Hove

Posted On 15 Jul 2015 at 2:06 pm

A sports and gambling tech company has relocated its Brighton headquarters to Hove, allowing it to increase its city workforce from 16 to 40.

Paddy O'ClearyChroma Sports, which also has offices in London and Sydney, has moved from Queens Park Villas in West Drive, Brighton, to the Hove Business Park in Fonthill Road, Hove.

It will base its leadership teams and Chroma Labs hub there, the latter being somewhere employees and clients can submit ideas for the product team to bring to life.

CEO Paddy O’Clery said: “Chroma is growing and it’s only right that we bring our talent together in new, state-of-the-art offices. We’ve created an open, innovative space where we’ll work with our clients to deliver great new products and ideas. The future looks bright for Chroma both in the UK and across the globe.

“With two technical colleges and the University of Brighton close-by, we’re perfectly situated to draw on a large, high-quality tech talent pool that can give us a real edge.”

Chroma is an international specialist in digital products for clients including Sky Sports, Racecourse Media Group, News UK, News Australia, The Jockey Club, Wimbledon and Channel 4. It recently delivered the design and build of the user interface for Win Cash Live, the pioneering new TV and online gambling service.

The Chroma Labs creative hub has already unearthed ground-breaking new products including the online betting tool Betometer, which will launch with one of Australia’s largest bookmakers later this summer.

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