GG.Bet Wins 2023 EGR Esports Operator Award

Published: Oct 30, 2023

Last week saw the EGR Operator of the Year awards revealed at the prestigious Grosvenor House in London, England. It was a big night for GG.Bet who were named Esports Operator of the Year for 2023.

The coveted prize is awarded by an expert EGR jury. It celebrates the overall contribution the winning company has made towards enhancing esports betting and the esports community in general over the last 12 months.

Recognised throughout the industry as its most prestigious award, the prize is a coup for GG.Bet. A deserved recognition of what the site’s owners have done over the last few years to make the company one of the top esports betting sites.

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“Inspired to Keep on Elevating Esports Betting”

Commenting on the award, GG.Bet took to Linkedin to say they were ‘so honored’ by the ‘jury recognition of all the contributions that GG.Bet has made for the esports betting and esports community over the last year.’

Contacted by EsportsBets, GG.Bet said:

For GG.BET, winning the title of Esports Operator of the Year is an important recognition of the tremendous effort put into our work.

The past two years have been incredibly eventful. GG.BET has become a partner for several major esports tournaments, formed a team of ambassadors, organized various offline events for fans, and even hosted our own show match, which garnered over 1 million views.

At the same time, we are constantly working on platform updates, expanding the product line, and enhancing the user experience. In this way, GG.BET has been and continues to build an ecosystem of experiences for the esports community.

The EGR Operator Awards are highly prestigious in the gambling industry. The entire GG.BET team is proud to receive this award, especially in a category that reflects our passion for esports.

Earlier this year, GG.Bet was also nominated for Esports Operator of the Year and Eastern European Operator of the Year awards at the SBC Awards.

GG.Bet Highlights from 2023

JanGG.Bet announces the release of Virtual Esports (for eSoccer and eBasketball).
FebPartnering with esports integrity body ESIC as a partner in an anti-corruption education service for esports.
FebThe company announces an expansion of its partnership with Bayes Esports which meant that GG.Bet will now be able to offer live match data for Dota 2 and League of Legends, alongside CS:GO.
MayGG.Bet announces it will be the Official Broadcast Partner of the BLAST Paris Major along with Brazilian streamer Gaules.
JulGG.Bet announces it will expand its services into the UK as part of a deal with Rednines Gaming.
JulGG.Bet hosts the innovative ‘Match of LeGGends’ for its sponsored CSGO teams Team Vitality and Natus Vincere (NAVI). The event was watched by around 1 million people via a live stream.
OctThe company announces it will expand into the Ukrainian market.

Other Awards

It wasn’t just GG.Bet that were handed some big awards on the night. A number of other companies also picked up their own gongs on the evening.

In the Operator Categories, it was a good night for Kaizen Gaming, who picked up four separate awards, for In-Play Sports Operator, Mobile Sports Product, In-House Product and Marketing Campaign (For Operators only).

Only two other companies received multiple prizes in this category.

PlayOJO were the Slots Operator and Mobile Casino Product winners, while William Hill secured the coveted ‘double’ of Football Betting Operator and Horse Race Betting Operator.

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Ian John

Since: August 10, 2015

Ian is a regular contributor to EsportsBets. Ian is well-versed in the world of esports betting and casino gaming and has written extensively on the online gambling industry. Ian brings fresh insight into all facets of gaming.

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