Seth Palansky, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Inc.
Seth Palansky is a twenty-year veteran of corporate communications, working for major U.S. corporations including the National Football League, News Corp and now Caesars Entertainment.
Palansky joined (then) Harrah’s Entertainment’s Sports & Entertainment Group in March, 2008 as Director of Communications based in Las Vegas.
With the formation of Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Inc. in May, 2009, Palansky now oversees communications for the digital arm of Caesars Entertainment, as well as adding duties of Editor-In-Chief for WSOP.com, the official website of the World Series of Poker. He reports directly to CIE Chief Executive Officer Mitch Garber.
Palansky is responsible for corporate communications, publicity, media and community relations for all CIE’s assets including, Playtika, the number one social casino games producer; real-money gaming businesses in New Jersey, Nevada and the United Kingdom, and its land-based businesses, including the world’s most prestigious poker tournament, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), held each summer at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
In addition, Palansky has editorial oversight of WSOP.com and manages strategy and communications for CIE’s social media offerings.
Prior to joining Caesars, Palansky spent five years with the NFL, where he ran the NFL Network Communications Department, the league’s 24-hour cable and satellite channel.
Splitting time with the NFL’s corporate office in Manhattan and its studio production facility in Los Angeles, Palansky was charged with all media relations facets for the organization.
In addition, Palansky served as part of the NFL’s PR staff, working on corporate communications projects. Palansky reported to NFL Network President and CEO Steve Bornstein, the former chairman of ESPN, who is largely responsible for the incredible growth and success of ESPN.