New licences top 2019 targets for Campeón Gaming Partners

Campeón Gaming Partners is hoping to follow up a successful year by increasing its affiliate network capacity and adding four new brands, as well as finalising the acquisition of new licences for both Sweden and the UK in 2019.

Marinos Shiapanis is the co-founder and CMO for the fast-growing igaming operator, which recently secured its licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). In an interview with LCB, he explained the company’s future plans.

“It’s not only the Swedish licence, we just got an MGA licence, we applied for the Swedish, that’s coming up and we are also applying for the UK licence,” he said.

“We are also trying to go to some regulated markets and get our product more oriented to these markets and serve the people along with the regulations. This is the next step for a company like ours and a way to grow.”

CampeonBet, the firm’s first-launched brand, is a multi-betting platform which delivers several divisions including sports betting, virtual sports, casino, live casino – in total it features over 3000 games.

CampeonBet delivers content from more than two dozen providers. The interface is available in eight different languages to accommodate players across the globe and SSL encryption is used to secure player details.

The site launched in 2017, winning the Best New Casino at the AskGamblers Awards just a year later. Speaking to, Avraam Tosounidis – Co-Founder and COO of Campeón Gaming Partners – pinned the accolade to the company’s customer focus.

“I think the main reason behind our victory is the fact that we are user oriented,” said Tosounidis. “We tend to apply personalized care of our customers. We also have an incredibly strong website, and continuous bonus offers.

“From the very beginning we aimed to give our players the best possible experience, and we are incredibly grateful to be rewarded for it.”

Originally titled Campeon Affiliates, the company decided to change its name to “embrace the evolution of the company” following the early success of this brand.

It now operates other sites including Evobet and Svenbet. The company introduced Evobet in October 2018, before striking a similar deal just a month later to launch Svenbet, a site which was specifically targeted for the Nordic market and found success in Norway, Finland, Germany and the Netherlands.

All of the companies brands offer recognisable international payment methods such as Visa and Mastercard Skrill, Neteller, Entercash, Boleto, Giropay, Sofort, Zimpler, iDeal and MuchBetter. The company also holds a strong partnership with Income Access, which directly supports their affiliate platform.

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