Hellas index recognises SG Digital as top tech employer 

The annual ‘Hellas – Great Place to Work’ index has ranked SG Digital among Greece’s top technology and digital sector employers.

 Ranking seventh in the overall company index, SG Digital was recognised for developing ‘excellent workplace learning environments’ and supporting all levels of its workforce with ‘effective talent management’ programmes and resources.  

Scientific Games’ digital unit was joined in the top ten index by some of Greece’s biggest employers including DHL, AXA Insurance and Groupama and Epsilon Net.

The ‘Great Place to Work index is published annually by the Hellas business institute, recognising the companies which benefit Greece’s employment and economic development.  

Since 2015, SG Digital (formerly OpenBet) has operated an Athens operational hub to lead the development and maintenance of its OpenSports and OpenGaming platforms.

In 2017, SG Digital announced that it would significantly invest in its Athens offices, developing a further engineering unit to support its product development capabilities.

Nikos Konstakis, SG Digital Athens Managing Director and VP Sportsbook, said, “This is a fantastic achievement for us and truly reflects the great working culture that we have across Scientific Games. The whole team here is passionate about driving innovation in the online sports betting and gaming sector. Our culture ensures that we can deliver a match-winning performance that powers our customers’ success.”

Check Also

Smallwood

Swiping in 2021: Zorica Smallwood eyes ‘new era’ for ESA Gaming

SBC News sat down with Zorica Smallwood, Director at ESA Gaming, to discuss the highlights …

SBC Leaders

SBC Leaders launches to bring together the cream of the betting and gaming industry

SBC is bringing together the most influential companies in the betting and gaming industry with …

EPIC receives ‘highly commended’ recognition at Barclays Awards

EPIC receives ‘highly commended’ recognition at Barclays Awards

EPIC Risk Management has been praised for its efforts in reducing gambling related harm, after …