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Industry veteran Antonino Barra joins Delasport as head of commercial

| By iGB Freelance
Leading igaming supplier Delasport has just announced the appointment of industry veteran Antonino Barra as head of commercial to further advance the company’s rapid business growth.

Barra’s background includes numerous leadership positions in renowned B2B-focused companies worldwide. He is joining Delasport at a pivotal moment when the market leader is entering more key jurisdictions. The new head of commercial will be instrumental in shaping and executing the company’s sales strategy, identifying new business opportunities, and strengthening relationships with existing clients.

Barra brings a decade of proven success in sales leadership and business development within the igaming industry and B2B companies in general. His strategic mindset and results-driven approach have consistently contributed to revenue growth and market expansion in every team he has managed so far.

He is equipped to navigate the competitiveness of the B2B landscape, ensuring that Delasport continues to deliver exceptional value to its clients.

“More and more regulated operators trust Delasport as their partner and it is an honour to join the company,” Barra says regarding his new role. “Delasport has amazing igaming solutions and an excellent track record, so my job to continue the company’s expansion in regulated markets will be exciting and I’m confident the results will be visible in no time.”

Delasport’s CEO, Oren Cohen Shwartz, also expresses confidence in the appointment, stating: “Antonino brings a wealth of experience and a strategic business vision to regulated markets and that aligns perfectly with our growth objectives. We are growing fast in regulated markets globally and onboard new partners every month, so we are confident that with Antonino’s skills and experiences, our sales and business development efforts will reach even greater heights.”