BetGames.TV Receives Seven Nominations for SBC Awards
Posted on October 19, 2020 | 8:15 am
BetGames.tv, one of the most popular providers of live dealer games, is set to receive some deserved recognition at SBC Awards as they got nominated for no less than seven prizes.
The SBC Awards are given away on an annual basis, recognizing the companies that have achieved commercial success and delivered game-changing innovations over the past year.
At the 2019 SBC Awards, BetGames.tv got nominated for five awards and eventually won the ‘Rising Star in Casino Innovation’ award. This time, the company got nominated for the following awards: Leader of the year, Land-Based Betting & Gaming Product, Live Casino Supplier, Live Streaming Supplier, Multi-Channel Supplier, Innovation in Casino Entertainment and Innovation in Mobile.
The Winning Formula
Commenting on the award nominations, Richard Hogg, Chief Commercial Officer at BetGames.TV, said: “As the global lockdown began in March, we went into overdrive to make sure our retail-dependent partners in across Africa and LatAm were ready to weather the storm with a host of online products that could migrate their customers.
Priority number one was to take our winning formula and make sure newly migrated players from sports and poker felt welcome. I’m delighted with the amazing work our global teams have put into making sure we’ve been able to be a true friend to our industry partners when they’ve needed it most.”
BetGamesTV was founded in 2012 and developed into a global organisation, which employs over 100 people and serves customers in over 40 countries around the world.
Definitely A Good Year
2020 has surely been a very productive year for BetGames.tv, as they have signed fresh agreements with no less than seventy operators across the globe, providing their live games to over 2,000 websites at the moment.
Their portfolio now includes 10 live dealer titles, all of them broadcast every 3 to 5 minutes from the developer’s own studios. One of their most popular games is War of Bets, a unique card game which features two sides, the Player and the Dealer, and a simple mechanism in which the higher card wins.