Robb Vecchio to oversee Jogo Global’s US expansion

Jogo Global has strengthened its senior leadership team by selecting Robb Vecchio as the Managing Director of its US division. 

Vecchio, who lauded the US market as a “huge opportunity” for Jogo Global, will take responsibility for establishing the brand’s position in the post-PASPA market. In addition, he will be tasked with securing new business opportunities for the wide range of bespoke and scalable casino solutions that the company develops.

Robb Vecchio, Managing Director of Jogo Global US, explained: “I am thrilled to join Jogo Global, a young and emerging B2B gaming provider that is eager to make its mark on the fast-growing US market.

“My daily mission is to extend Jogo Global’s momentum across the US and ensure prospective new clients enhance their offerings and boost profit with the scalable, localised and customer-centric services that we offer, in addition to the superior level of customer support that we provide. I cannot wait to get started and expand Jogo’s footprint across the States.” 

The business executive brings a wealth of experience to the group, having been praised as successfully delivering value, growth, and profitability for a wide range of technology and capital equipment businesses in a career spanning over 25 years.

The appointment of Vecchio further strengthens Jogo Global’s senior management team and follows the recent news that Cashcade and Gaming Realms co-founder Simon Collins has joined the organisation as its new chair.

“Robb is highly respected within the land based and online US gaming sector and his appointment is a crucial step to accelerate the operations of our US division,” stated David Marcus, CEO of Jogo Global. 

“The US presents a huge opportunity for us and will become a key territory over the coming years. We truly believe our services will help expand and strengthen multiple casino organisations, and Robb is the perfect candidate to spearhead our operations given his proven track record for delivering business growth in the US.”