SBC 2022 awards shortlist

The SBC Awards 2022 shortlists feature big names LeoVegas, King Billy, Stake.com, Playtech, Ezugi, SOFTSWISS & More (Image from by Nataliya Vaitkevich on Pexels)

What a line-up the SBC 2022 has in store for us, but don’t get too excited just yet. The event will not place for another 3 months.

On 22 September from 7 pm to 1 am in The Palau Nacional, Barcelona, there will be 45 award categories from 5 online gambling business sectors. Those business sectors include Operator & Supplier Awards (2 awards), Supplier (21 awards), Payment (4 awards), Operator (15 awards), and Affiliate (3 awards).

Live Casinos up for Awards

There are several live casino and live dealer software platform provider names we know and love all up for awards. From our live casino review section, live casinos. Stake.com is up for the Crypto Gaming Operator of the Year award, while LeoVegas is involved in multiple categories – Innovation in Casino & Gaming Entertainment, Northern European Operator, Best Mobile Operator App, Sportsbook Operator and Casino Operator of the Year awards. Meanwhile, King Billy (an N1 Interactive casino running on SOFTSWISS) finds its way into the Marketing Campaign of the Year.

Live Dealer Software Providers up for Awards

Also, software providers we regularly cover in our live casino news as well as in our live casino software section. Playtech, Evolution, Ezugi, Stakelogic Live, Amusnet (EGT), Pragmatic Play Live, BetConstruct, TVBET, Vivo Gaming, BetGames, CreedRoomz and more.

White Label iGaming Aggregator Platforms up for Awards

Adding to this, some of our favourite white-label live casino aggregator platforms that host a large number of online casino brands we cover in the live casino review section. SOFTSWISS (the King Billy Casino aggregator), Soft2Bet and Aspire Group have found their way onto multiple shortlists.

Predictions: It’s never easy to make predictions for any awards event. However, below I cover some of the categories with some of the most interesting brands, and I have made an attempt at predicting who I think will win the awards highlighted.

Live Casino Supplier of the Year Award Comes with 10 Finalists

For all of us here, and I am sure for all our readers, the award we are all looking for to is the ‘SBC 2022 Live Casino Supplier’ of the year. There are 10 finalists in the bag, and now its just a waiting game for the big night to come around and deliver us a winner.

My prediction for this year is for Pragmatic Play Live to take down the live casino supplier award. The brand will release its Boom City title, which looks impressive. Also, Vivo Gaming may be in with a chance after winning the EGR B2B 2022 Live Casino Supplier of the year award.

Previous SBC ‘Live Casino Supplier’ Winners: 2022 will be the third year this award has been available. 2021’s title holder is Evolution and 2000’s title holder is BetGames.

SBC 2022 Awards – Live Casino Supplier of the Year Finalists

  • Amusnet Interactive
  • BetGames
  • CreedRoomz
  • Evolution
  • Ezugi
  • Playtech
  • Pragmatic Play
  • Stakelogic Live
  • TVBET
  • Vivo Gaming

More Predictions Form Other SBC 2022 Awards Shortlist Announcements

Casino Operator of the Year (8 Finalists): Contenders for this award include 1xBet, LeoVegas Group, Kaizen Gaming, Genesis Global, Betsson Group, Campeón Gaming, Novibet and Videoslots. LeoVegas is one of our favourite live casino brands covered in the live casino review section, while you will also see our Casino Cruise live casino review, which is a Genesis Global live dealer casino.

  • Last year’s 2021 winner: Betsson Group
  • Our Prediction: LeoVegas Group

Rising Star in Casino Innovation/Software (12 Finalists): This award is a big deal this year because there are a few up-and-coming live dealer brands coming through. BETER, PopOK Gaming and On Air Entertainment are all up for the award. Yet, the SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator is also in the running. I have to say, in all likelihood, SOFTSWISS will win this award because the jackpot aggregator has been a standout product on the iGaming scene this year.

  • Last year’s 2021 winner: Swintt
  • Our Prediction: SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator

Platform Provider of the Year (16 Finalists): What a tough lineup to predict. Take your pick from any of these top platforms. Playtech, Soft2bet, White Hat Gaming, Aspire Global, Everymatrix, Light & Wonder, Digitain, Bragg Gaming Group, or Betconstruct. It’s anyone’s guess who can win this award.

  • Last year’s 2021 winner: Betrader
  • Our Prediction: Light & Wonder

White Label Supplier of the Year (12 Finalists): The white label supplier niche plays an unprecedented role in the iGaming scene. Platforms such as SOFTSWISS, BlueOcean Gaming, White Hat Gaming, and Soft2Bet are the top of their game providing high tech and secure live casino platforms to many of readers here on Livecasinocentral.

  • Last year’s 2021 winner: White Hat Gaming
  • Our Prediction: SOFTSWISS

Land-Based Betting & Gaming Product (10 Finalists): An interesting award this one, especially as the TVBet live casino platform and also the HollywoodTV live casino platform is up for an award. I am going to make a bold prediction that one of these 2 will win this award purely off my boas for live casino brands.

  • Last year’s 2021 winner: GlodenRace (also shortlisted this year)
  • Our Prediction: TVBet or HollywoodTV

Leader of the Year (18 Finalists): Leaders we often see mentioned on the iGaming news circuit are deservedly up for this award. Andreas Koeberl from BetGames won this award in the SBC Awards 2020 event. This year he competes with Tsachi Maimon – Aspire Group, Amy Howe – FanDuel Group, Dylan Slaney – Light & Wonder, Boris Chaikin – Soft2Bet, Olga Bajela – Stakelogic, and Vladimir Malakchi – Evoplay.

  • Last year’s 2021 winner: Ivan Kravchuk – Evoplay
  • Our Prediction: Amy Howe – FanDuel Group

Want to see the full SBC 2022 awards shortlist? Challengers for each of the awards are already available on the SBC 2022 awards website.

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