Three are the categories that UltraPlay has been shortlisted in the EGR B2B Awards 2020 – Esports Betting Supplier, a category that company’s won last year, Innovation in sports betting software, and a White Label Partner.
Lyubomira Petrova, CMO at UltraPlay commented on the recent nominations: “We are excited and honored to be nominated in these categories at the EGR B2B Awards 2020. It’s another proof of the outstanding quality and innovation that our products and services bring to the iGaming industry. For the past year, our entire team has done an enormous amount of work to further upgrade our eSports betting solution, so that now when eSports became one of the few alternatives for betting, we can successfully maintain the increased interest from the online operators worldwide.”
Given the current global situation with COVID-19, EGR has decided to make some important changes to this year’s Awards ceremony and go virtual for 2020. The winners will be revealed via a series of online ceremonies, split across 3 days, on July 21-23.
For the past 2 years, UltraPlay received 12 awards for the company’s eSports betting product and solutions, from various organizations in the iGaming and IT industries.
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