Mitch Garber net worth Wiki, Height, Biography, Wife, Children And Early Life

Mitch Garber net worth

Mitch Garber Net Worth: Mitch Garber is a Canadian executive who has a net worth of $400 million. Mitch Garber is a Canadian-born lawyer, business executive and philanthropist. He is the CEO of Nasdaq-listed Caesars Acquisitions. He was one of the founding investors and CEO of Caesars Interactive Entertainment, which sold its social/mobile gaming assets for $4.4 billion in July 2016 to companies including Giant Interactive and Alibaba founder Jack Ma Chinese consortium. He is also the chairman and minority shareholder of Cirque du Soleil. He has successfully led companies on the Nasdaq, Toronto and London Stock Exchanges and chaired many important philanthropic causes. Born in Canada, Mitch Garber graduated from McGill University and then obtained a law degree from the University of Ottawa. For the next decade, he worked as a lawyer specializing in gaming law and as a sports presenter in Montreal. He was a senior executive at Terra Payments Inc. until 2003 and then became CEO of Optimal Payments, Inc. He left Optimal to become the CEO of PartyGaming Plc., a very successful online entertainment company. In 2009, he became CEO and President of Caesars Interactive Entertainment, a division of Caesars Entertainment. In 2013, he became CEO of Nasdaq-listed Caesars Acquisition Co. He is responsible for the World Series of Poker, all of Caesars’ social, mobile and real money interactive properties, as well as overland hotel/casino properties including Planet Hollywood, Bally’s, The Cromwell, Harrah’s New Orleans, The Quad and Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino.

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