OpenBet among the winners at eGR B2B Awards

EGR_AwardsSoftware provider OpenBet has retained its position as Sports Betting Supplier of the Year for a sixth consecutive year at the eGaming Review B2B awards last night.

Judges recognised the quality of OpenBet’s offering as it came out on top in the In-play Betting Software and the all-important Sports Betting Supplier of the Year categories at the ceremony at the Tower of London.

The eGaming Review B2B Awards rewards and celebrates the very best service providers and B2B suppliers in the online gaming industry, highlighting achievements across all the major egaming disciplines, including betting and gaming software, networks, mobile, payments, recruitment, IT and infrastructure.

OpenBet CEO Jeremy Thompson-Hill commented: “We have enjoyed an incredible year so far, with better-than-ever platform performance, thriving partnerships and some hugely significant deals in the pipeline. Winning these awards is fantastic recognition of our achievements and the effort that everyone has put in across the business.”

The omni-channel provider recently signed a new three-year agreement with William Hill and supplies other major operators including Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Betfair, SkyBet, PMU and BCLC.

Other winners on the evening were Betradar, which picked up two awards – Sports Data Provider and Virtual Sports Supplier, Colossus Bets, which won the Innovation in Sports Betting Software award, EveryMatrix, winner of the White Label Partner Award, and BetConstruct, which picked up the Best Customer Service Award.

For the full list of EGR B2B Awards winners, visit here.

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