Digitain appoints Alonso Jibaja as LatAm Sales Director

June 6, 2024
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Jibaja brings over a decade of experience in sales and commercial roles across Latin America and North America to Digitain's team.

Digitain, a sportsbook and casino platform provider, has announced a new addition to its sales executive team with the appointment of Alonso Jibaja as LatAm Regional Sales Director.

Jibaja has an extensive background in the iGaming industry coupled with a keen expertise in LatAm operations and sales strategies. His comprehensive understanding of both B2B and B2C iGaming markets in LatAm hopes to help boost Digitain’s presence in the region.

Commenting on the appointment, Digitain's Chief Revenue Officer, Iain Hutchison, said, “I’m delighted to have Alonso join our team.

"With a depth of experience in sales and commercial development roles for some major platform providers, Alonso will support, provide and facilitate comprehensive solutions as Digitain expands its services to B2C partner operators in regulated markets across the LatAm region.”

Jibaja himself added, “I am truly excited to be a part of Digitain, a company that has consistently expanded its business solutions within the regulated iGaming supply chain globally.

“The company's customer-centric approach and its commitment to its people when delivering complex solutions for today’s multi-jurisdictional regulated operators have always impressed me.

“I am eagerly looking forward to meeting with new and existing partners and collaborating with the LatAm sales team and all departments in the coming months ahead.”

The final stretch of 2023 saw a few other changes to Digitain’s executive lineup, with Edmond Ghulyan being promoted to Group Chief Strategy Officer and Ani Mkrtchyan promoted to the position of Chief Sales Officer.


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