On June 20th, the Hurlingham Club in London will play host to the EGR B2B Awards 2018. The black-tie affair will see gaming industry giants come together to see who is considered the best of the best. Nominations for awards have already been announced with BtoBet being shortlisted as a nominee under the Innovation in Sports Betting Software category.
The company has established themselves as a pioneer when it comes to creating new technology for the online gaming and sports betting industry by creating products that are developed around technological intelligence. Over the years, BtoBet has become a trusted icon in the field, signing partnerships with companies based around the world who seek their expertise, technology and guidance to reach their gaming goals.
Chief Marketing Officer for BtoBet, Sabrina Solda, commented on the recent nomination via press release by stating that: “the global business environment is constantly undergoing a significant digital transformation … changing consumer demands, the emergence of disruptive technology, and the reduction in time-to-market. The increasing rate of change in new devices and technology are part of our daily lives and betting is a part of these broad trends. For this sole purpose research and development is an ongoing process to anticipate the industry’s future trends and consumer demands.”
The news of BtoBet’s nomination comes just a few days it was announced that the company would be serving as the official Digital Sponsor for the upcoming Vienna International Gaming Expo (VIGE) 2018. European Gaming Median and Events has partnered with BtoBet for the event, which is set to start on May 30th. The Expo will provide networking and learning opportunities for online gaming operators and services providers from more than 60 nations.
BtoBet has been quite busy this year, signing supply deals with companies such as BetSoft Gaming Limited and Kiron Interactive, as well as finding time to continue to produce new and innovative technology that can be used in the online gaming industry.