Athens September 25, 2023: Vermantia the first performance-driven, content and technology provider for betting operators worldwide, has won the Virtual Sports Supplier at the SBC Awards 2023 held in Barcelona on September 21, 2023.
The Athens-based provider fought strong competition in the category and came out a winner for its pioneer solutions, wining its second award this year.
Vermantia CEO George Fotopoulos said: “We are truly delighted to have our hard work be recognized once again by SBC and are very pleased that the effort we have put into expanding our virtual content and portfolio has been noted.
Gathered on our unique platform and distributed at ultra-low latency, our virtual content provides engaging betting opportunities.”
Vermantia’s gaming and software portfolio is available to operators as a fully customisable solution via its platform. It sits alongside the industry’s most comprehensive range of top-quality live horse and greyhound racing, which is distributed via bespoke channels with the optimum for each operator solution.
For more information on Vermantia please contact Marianna Herodotou on: Herodotou@vermantia.com
Vermantia is a leader in omni-channel content solutions for lotteries, gaming and betting operators worldwide. The company constitutes a one-stop-shop for bespoke data and picture content featuring thousands of live racing and sports events a year, complemented by the most comprehensive portfolio of virtual sports and next gen games on the market. Founded in 2007, the company has offices in Athens, Cyprus and Italy, as well as representatives in the UK, CIS, and Nigeria, allowing it to partner dozens of international operators across 32 countries. In August 2022, Arena Racing Company (ARC) acquired Vermantia, expanding its broadcast infrastructure and technological capabilities, allowing it to create a market-leading content & data hub. For more information about Vermantia visit www.vermantia.com
About Arena Racing Company:
Arena Racing Company (“ARC”) is the largest racecourse operator in the UK and is made up of the following sixteen racecourses: Bath, Brighton, Chepstow, Doncaster, Ffos Las, Fontwell Park, Great Yarmouth, Hereford, Lingfield Park, Newcastle, Royal Windsor, Sedgefield, Southwell, Uttoxeter, Wolverhampton and Worcester.
In addition to racecourses, ARC owns Central Park, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sunderland, and Perry Barr Greyhound Stadia and looks after the media interests of the Greyhound Media Group (“GMG”). In 2015, ARC set up The Racing Partnership. This limited company represents the media rights of the 16 ARC owed racecourses and four independent racecourses, Hexham, Newton Abbot, Plumpton, and Ripon. ARC is a shareholder in both Sky Sports Racing and