The Switzerland-born Italian won the Alps Tour Order of Merit for 2014 to progress to the Challenge Tour for 2015.
He came close to victory at the Volopa Irish Challenge, where he lost in a play-off to Tom Murray.
Nino reached Europe’s top rung by finishing 21st at the Final Stage of Qualifying School in November 2015.
He picked up a host of good results in his debut year, finishing ninth at the Australian PGA Championship, 11th at the Real Club Valderrama Open de Espana Hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation, and fifth at Trophee Hassan II.
Nino represented Italy at the Olympic Games in Rio, finishing in a share of 30th place in Brazil.
Having finished in a share of 14th at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, he hit his best form in the closing weeks of 2017 with five top-15 finishes in his last nine tournaments, including eighth at the Spanish Open and 10th at the Italian Open where he closed with a round of 64 in front of his home fans.
In 2018, he finished fifth at the Maybank Championship in Malaysia and locked up his card for 2019.
Nino shared fourth place at the Scottish Open, securing a place at The Open Championship, and went on to make the cut at Royal Portrush.
Nino Bertasio is set for his sixth season on the European Tour in 2021.