Leading provider secures key shortlist categories
Vermantia, a leader in omni-channel content solutions for lotteries, gaming and betting operators, has secured four nominations for this year’s SBC Awards.
The annual SBC Awards, one of the most prestigious in the industry, recognises the companies that have demonstrated strong commercial success and business-changing innovations over the past year.
Vermantia’s four nominations reflect its pioneering work in content and data driven solutions for the industry – with nominations spanning Best Sports Data Product, Best Virtual Sports Product, Best Live Streaming Product and Best Land-Based Betting Product.
In total, Vermantia now broadcasts more than 90,000 premium live horse and greyhound racing and 35,000 live sporting events annually via its live betting channels, as well as an ever-widening range of virtual and next generation games all orchestrated by its proprietary CONNECT platform.
Ensuring fast delivery and omni-channel support, its ultra-low latency streaming also enables worldwide delivery with less than one second latency – an industry record.
Alongside, the past year has seen Vermantia expand its data hub, offering more than 110,000 international live races annually, available through Vermantia’s unified and adaptive data service, while its award-winning FLAVOR suite of self-service betting terminals enriched with new models tuned to the future needs of retail.
Commenting on Vermantia’s success, Yiannis Gangas, CPO at Vermantia said:
“Our multiple nominations come as a testament to the value of our offering and the dedication shared by every member of the Vermantia team towards our goals and vision.
“The holy trinity for customer engagement is premium content, quality data and content-driven technologies combined towards bespoke solutions – and we strive to provide all three to meet the varying requirements of each individual operator.”
Winners are set to be announced at a highly anticipated ceremony at Battersea Evolution on December 3rd in an evening packed full of entertainment.