SIS broadens international capacity hiring Anže Gantar as Digital Sales Manager

Anze Gantar – SIS

Racing content and data distributor SIS (Sports Information Services) has confirmed the appointment of Anze Gantar as new Digital Sales Manager, with a view to strengthening its international sales force.

Gantar is the former Commercial Manager for Bwin’s B2B division (2013-2017), maintaining sales responsibilities for its sports data-capture software TRACKCHAMP.

Joining SIS, Gantar will be responsible for supporting the growth of SIS’ international data and media rights network for both retail and online verticals.

Sandra McWilliams, Sales Director at SIS, said: “I’m thrilled to welcome Anže to the fast-expanding SIS Sales team.

“Anže brings with him a wealth of business development experience from within the sports betting sector, which will be highly beneficial for us as we look to further build our online and international business.”

Detailing further industry experience, Gantar has most recently served as Director of Business Development for Malta-based BestGoldBet – a B2B supplier for live casino games and content.

Gantar said: “I’m delighted to have joined SIS and I am thoroughly looking forward to the next chapter of my career in the sports betting industry.

“SIS offers a wide-range of end-to-end betting solutions and I’m excited to be tasked with growing the international reach of its new innovative services, including the esports betting product – SIS Competitive Gaming, as well as its 24/7 Live Betting Channels.”

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