Racing Post nominated for four SBC Awards

Monday 22.10.2018 – Awards season is in full swing and Racing Post is delighted to be nominated for four awards across the supplier categories at the upcoming SBC Awards.

Nominated for Best Sports Data Product of the year for it’s Sports API, Best Retail Betting Product for the Horseracing Tipster, recently on display at Ascot Racecourse, and Best Multi-Channel Supplier shows the diversification of the B2B side of the business. Whilst, Racing Post is also nominated for Best Retention and Acquisition partner.

Taking place at The Artillery Garden at the HAC London on 4 December, the SBC Awards are one of the most prestigious industry awards of the year. They recognise the achievements of operators and affiliates, as well as suppliers from across all the major disciplines including payments, marketing, platform providers and data.

On the night, Racing Post will also sponsor the Racing Bookmaker of the Year award. The prestigious award sees some of the industry’s biggest bookmakers – Bet365, Fitzdares, SkyBet, Starbets, Racebets and William Hill – pitted against each other.

Commenting on the award nominations, Eugene Delaney, Racing Post B2B Director said: ‘’We are delighted to be nominated in four categories at the upcoming SBC Awards. To be recognised in the Sports and Multi-Channel categories shows how we are diversifying as a business as we still continue to provide the best coverage and content in the horseracing industry.’’

He continued by speaking about the awards themselves and sponsorship of the Racing Bookmaker of the Year award ‘’The SBC awards are one of the industry’s most important awards and the night is always an excellent event. The strength of the Racing Bookmaker of the Year award show how important horseracing still is to the industry and we are delighted to be once again sponsoring it .’’


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