Live casino specialist OnAir Entertainment is currently facing allegations of corporate espionage, as former senior product owner Ivans Ivanovs accused the company’s game portfolio lead, Igors Veliks, of maintaining user access to Playtech’s internal systems for two years. Veliks, a former Playtech Euro Live Technologies employee, allegedly failed to relinquish access to the company’s internal systems following his exit.

In response to these accusations, OnAir Entertainment has pledged to tackle the allegations head-on and clear its name. The company issued a statement, expressing its commitment to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and professionalism. OnAir Entertainment also announced that it has hired an independent investigator to conduct a comprehensive investigation of the company’s business and to determine the validity of the allegations.

Furthermore, OnAir Entertainment assured its clients and stakeholders that it is taking the matter very seriously and will take immediate and decisive action based on the findings of the investigation. The company also promised to provide regular updates on the investigation’s progress while respecting the confidentiality and privacy of all parties involved.

In addition, Playtech has also expressed its intention to conduct its own investigation into the matter. OnAir’s competitors shared with news outlet NEXT.io that they would also be looking into any potential instances of IP infringement.

At this time, both OnAir Entertainment and Playtech are committed to addressing the allegations and conducting thorough investigations to ensure the integrity and professionalism of their respective operations. The industry awaits the findings of these investigations as they progress.

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