Betradar announced as Event Sponsor for Global Gaming Awards London

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Sports and betting data specialist Betradar has been named as the event sponsor for the inaugural Global Gaming Awards London.

The company has chosen to partner with the industry’s premier awards, the results of which will be announced at an exclusive event in the iconic Hippodrome Casino on 5 February.

Tobis Brunner, Director of Marketing Operations at Sportradar commented: “We are delighted to partner with the Global Gaming Awards London, we feel the focus on integrity reflects our own values perfectly. It’s an honour to be associated with the exceptional brands that have been nominated this year, and we wish all them the very best of luck on the day.”

The 16 categories reflect the broad diversity of companies in the gaming ecosystem, and with both industry giants and startups vying for the crown in each category, it shows that size is no barrier to success. Full results will be published here following the ceremony, stay tuned!
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