Champion O’Sullivan to attend ICE London 2022 with Delasport

Champion O’Sullivan to attend ICE London 2022 with Delasport

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Champion O’Sullivan to attend ICE London 2022 with Delasport

Ronnie O’Sullivan, a snooker champion, will attend ICE London 2022, as Delasport’s brand ambassador.

Representing Delasport, an iGaming software supplier, O’Sullivan will be appearing at the company’s exhibit – booth S1-340, and be present during many interactive activities which Delasport has prepared for its participants. 

According to Oren Shwartz, CEO at Delasport, the snooker champion and the iGaming company embrace many values. He went on to remark that Ronnie is a fantastic character as well as a snooker expert, universally recognized as one of the most successful in the history of the game. Similarly, Delasport, which was established in 2011, has positioned itself in the industry and made a name for itself as a top Sports Betting supplier. 

The iGaming event will be Ronnie’s last event before the big day of the World Snooker Championship!

Shwartz went on to say:

“We chose to partner up with Ronnie because we have similar values, most notably enthusiasm, devotion, and a high degree of professionalism. Ronnie is a wonderful addition to the Delasport global sports community.”

Shwartz, mentioned how exciting it is to be back at the event after the long break and present their offerings as well as the above mentioned activities involving O’Sullivan. 

Additional information of Ronnie’s participation at ICE will be released within the first week of April.

About Ronnie O’Sullivan:

Ronald Antonio O’Sullivan, born December 5, 1975, is a competitive snooker player from England. Judging from his record, playing technique, and love for the game, many believe him to be the greatest snooker player of all time. 

With 38 official snooker ranking titles, he owns the lead. O’Sullivan’s snooker journey has been marked by accomplishment after accomplishment, culminating in his being one of the sport’s youngest masters at the age of 17. In the 1997 World Championship, he stunned observers by sweeping the table in 5 minutes and 20 seconds for the quickest documented maximum ever, giving him the title “Rocket” for his speedy style of play.

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