As noted by OpenBet, the Best Workplaces list is curated by Great Place to Work, an international institute that annually rewards groups that aspire to offer their employees exceptional working conditions.
OpenBet stated that the recognition shows its ability to “create a powerful workplace culture that inspires its people to deliver the next wave of sports betting entertainment.”
The company scored highly during the certification process, with an employment survey and additional research showing its positive working conditions and willingness to offer unique programmes and processes.
OpenBet CEO Jordan Levin commented: “As part of our continued ambitions to take the sports betting entertainment sector forward, we take great pride in establishing positive workplace cultures that inspire individuals across all our locations worldwide.
“The London hub has been at the heartbeat of OpenBet’s evolution for many years, enabling us to power the biggest sportsbook brands across Europe, as well as providing the platform to grow internationally into new markets.
“Achieving this certification is a real team effort by the team of AllStars and shows exactly why we’re a world leader across all aspects of what we do as a business.”
The recognition comes after the recent move of OpenBet’s UK team across to IMG’s office space at Chiswick Park, following the acquisition of the group by Endeavor.
OpenBet added: “OpenBet’s London team consists of highly experienced individuals that work across a variety of business functions, including technology and engineering, product development and trading, operations, business support and marketing which are all integral to the company’s ability to service a multitude of commercial operators, lotteries and tribes with its flexible product portfolio.”