Nomination deadline extended for SBC Awards 2016

Halloween, Nomination deadlineSBC has decided to extend the nomination deadline for the SBC Awards 2016 by another week. Companies now have until Tuesday 1st November to put themselves forward for one or more of the 15 awards created by SBC to recognise industry excellence in 2016.

This means the nomination stage for the SBC Awards 2016 will get a ‘Halloween night’ finale. The ceremony itself takes place on Wednesday 7 December at Under the Bridge, the prestigious £20 million club venue built underneath Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge.

Rasmus Sojmark, SBC Founder, commented: “Due to requests from companies and contacts in the industry, as well as an extremely busy last week around the EIG and the BAC in Berlin, we have decided to extend the SBC Awards 2016 nominations deadline by another week.”

After the nomination deadline, the best entries will be shortlisted by SBC. The overall awards will be put to a vote between all those who registered for this year’s Betting on Football conference at Stamford Bridge, and the Betting on Sports conference at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel.

The innovation awards will be decided by an all-star judging panel, which includes the CEO’s from Argyll Entertainment, SNAI, LeoVegas, 10bet, 12bet, BetConstruct, Betaland, Fortuna, Marathonbet, Mr Green, Fusioneer, PariMatch, Centric Holdings, Spiffx, Golden Race, Metric Gaming, SBOBet, 138.com and TXODDS.

  • Click here to see the full list of award categories
  • Click here to submit your nomination for an award

Tickets for the SBC Awards 2016 are available for £80 +VAT on www.sbcevents.co.uk. This price covers drinks, food and Under the Bridge club entry from 7:00 pm.

The headline sponsor of the event is Optima, alongside 138.com, Argyll Entertainment, BetConstruct, Betradar, EnergyBet and Golden Race. For sponsorship opportunities, contact [email protected].

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