Leading iGaming supplier Singular has named Alan Aquilina as its new Head of the Sports Betting Platform, tasked with further strengthening the company’s position as a global brand for Tier one operators.
Alan brings a wide array of experience to the position, including senior roles at Gaming Innovation Group and Betsson Malta with a strong background in software development and tech lead roles.
Following his previous role as Director of Software Development at B2B solutions provider GiG, Alan’s new responsibilities will include enhancing the development and delivery processes and fostering the product vision in line with the key stakeholders.
Singular at its core is a tech-company where teams innovate and experiment on many levels, starting with technology stacks, continuing with products and features. Alan’s has the perfect blend of technical background and industry experience that brings added value to the already powerful platform. – commented Darko Gacov, co-founder and VP of Business Development at Singular.
Alan will continue the efficient delivery of the Sports Betting Platform to Singular’s network of Tier one operators with a high focus on expanding the technology in newly regulated markets. The modular architecture of the platform facilitates fast and easy adaption to unique jurisdictional requirements and is boosted with customisable features for an immersive player experience.
We are thrilled to welcome Alan to our fast growing team in Malta. Our success depends highly on the team’s ability to deliver solutions that give our clients edge over the competition in their respective markets and Alan has all it takes to lead the team in the right direction. – added Akaki Meladze, co-founder of Singular.
Commenting on his new position, Alan Aquilina said: “Singular is a dynamic company that has one of the most modular platforms rich with innovative features which deliver the next generation of Sports Betting. I am thrilled to be joining such a diverse and capable team and support the company’s current growth momentum.”