Marking their fourth major industry award in 2018 alone, Betsoft Gaming has been named the Best Mobile Gaming Provider at the Malta Gaming awards.
Betsoft Gaming has been recognised as an industry leader by an independent panel of judges in the face of formidable competition at the 2018 Malta Gaming Awards – a distinction earned through its long-running commitment to seamless cross-platform development.
A highlight of Malta Gaming Week, the awards were handed out as part of an evening of entertainment on Tuesday, 27th November. The judging panel comprised representatives from the country’s Gaming Authority, international consultancies, iGaming organisations, and investors. The event saw guests from all over the island come together to acknowledge the best the iGaming industry has to offer, and to support several Maltese charities.
All ticket proceeds from the evening were donated to local causes, and a charity auction was held, where Maltese artwork, Fabergé jewellery, and a Portugisier Chronograph reached higher-than-expected selling prices.
As a sponsor and a prominent fixture in the country’s booming iGaming industry, Betsoft has stated it was proud to directly support Maltese organisations like The Malta Community Chest Fund, Centru Tbexbix, and the BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation. Calleja himself, a world-renowned operatic tenor who was born in Malta, also performed during the awards ceremony, as well as comedian Steve Hili, and musician Desi Campbell. Other guests of honour included Maltese President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, and blockchain evangelist Brock Pierce.
Awards were given in a total of 29 different categories, covering the full spectrum of online casino content, services, and support. This was not Betsoft’s only award win in 2018. Earlier this year, the company was named Best Casino Supplier at the summer Malta iGaming Excellence Awards, and took home honours from the G2E Asia Exhibition and the 5 Star iGaming Media Awards in 2018. Betsoft’s record-breaking performance throughout the latter half of 2018 suggests that further recognition is likely in 2019 as well.