ATLANTA – Today, Daniel Cage, Founder of Linq3, announced he will transition out of his day to day role at the company effective August 16, 2018. Cage will stay on as Senior Advisor to help guide Linq3’s intellectual property expansion.
“Creating Linq3 has been an extraordinary experience. For almost 10 years, I’ve been able to see my vision evolve into the success we see today, and for that I’m both proud of our achievements and excited about our future. As Founder, my highest priority is to ensure the long-term success of Linq3 and the customers we serve,” said Cage.
“It is time for me to pursue another great opportunity and leverage my knowledge, experience and entrepreneurial drive. We’ve built a remarkable company, and our CEO, Tom Spiegel, has assembled a world-class senior management team. They remain focused on operational excellence, executing our business strategy and servicing our state and retail partners,” Cage continued.
“I remain a significant shareholder and both Tom and I are excited about Linq3’s go forward plan. I’m confident that the company will achieve an unprecedented level of success under his leadership. I’ve timed my transition to coincide with the successful launch of the lottery card. As our IP portfolio has become a significant driver of shareholder value, Tom has asked me to spearhead our continuing efforts on its expansion, and I look forward to doing so.”
Tom Spiegel, Linq3’s Chairman and CEO, said, “Daniel is a great entrepreneur. He has been successful in identifying an idea and raising the capital required to execute on that idea. Based on his vision, we are building a very valuable company that can have a significant impact on the $75 billion dollar lottery industry. Given Daniel’s creativity, skills, and drive, I am confident that he will be as successful in his next opportunity as he was in taking Linq3 to the wonderful position it is now.”