OnAir Entertainment Initiates Probe into Accusations of Corporate Espionage

OnAir Entertainment, a live casino specialist, is facing allegations of corporate espionage. The accusations come from Ivans Ivanovs, the company’s former senior product owner, who claims that OnAir’s game portfolio lead, Igors Veliks, maintained unauthorized 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 after leaving. Ivanovs accused OnAir of unethical practices and claimed that the company’s leadership was aware of the situation but took no action to stop it.

In response, OnAir Entertainment is vehemently denying the allegations and has pledged to investigate the claims. The company stated, “The OnAir Entertainment Group is committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.”

To address the accusations, OnAir has hired an independent investigator to conduct a thorough investigation of the company’s business practices. The company assured its clients and stakeholders that it is taking the matter seriously and will take “immediate and decisive action.” OnAir also promised to provide regular updates on the findings as the investigation progresses while respecting the confidentiality and privacy of all parties involved.

Furthermore, Playtech, the company whose internal systems were allegedly accessed, has stated that it will conduct its own investigation to identify any potential instances of IP infringement by OnAir.

The situation has cast a shadow of doubt over OnAir Entertainment, but the company is determined to clear its name by conducting a transparent and thorough investigation. As the allegations and investigations unfold, both OnAir and Playtech are committed to maintaining the integrity and professionalism of their operations.