LeoVegas receives double recognition at SBC Awards 2019
LeoVegas has been crowed the Casino Operator of the Year and has also won the Innovation in Casino Entertainment award at this year’s SBC Awards in London.
At this year’s SBC ceremony, the top prize as the Casino Operator of the Year was handed out to LeoVegas.
The ‘King’ of premium gaming operators was also given the Innovation in Casino Entertainment award, by a panel of industry experts that had been chosen to judge the shortlist.
Speaking about the two awards, James Ford, Head of Casino at LeoVegas, commented:
“LeoVegas are very proud and honoured to receive these important prizes. This shows that our focus on investing in our own technique is right and successful”.
Becoming the King of Casino
Ford said that LeoVegas has always strived to become the King of Casino.
This is manifested through innovation, data driven developments and customer focus, always making sure that the product stays relevant, top of the line and provides the greatest gaming experience.
Moving a lot of focus on implemented responsible gaming measures within LeoVegas has also been a massive factor involved in the win”, Ford concluded.
SBC Concluding Remarks
The Sports Betting Community (SBC) Awards celebrates the achievements and the innovations of operators and affiliates, as well as suppliers from all areas within the iGaming industry.
Andrew McCarron, Managing Director at SBC, congratulated all the winners and said:
“We had a record number of entries this year and the quality of them was hugely impressive, so the victors had to be truly exceptional to stand out from the other contenders. The operational excellence, innovation and commitment to driving up standards demonstrated by the award winners and shortlisted companies is a really positive sign for the future of the industry, and we’re excited to see what further developments they come up with in 2020.”
This year SBC Awards took place at Battersea Evolution in London and brought together 700 industry professionals accros the industry, who were competing in thirty-four different categories.