The year 2019 looks very promising for Campeon Gaming that's looking to expand its customer reach by obtaining licenses in Sweden and the UK. The popular upcoming operator is on the fast track to growth by including in its portfolio another 4 brands, as Marinos Shiapanis co-founder and CMO of Campeon Gaming recently announced.
The recent acquisition of an MGA license was also part of Campeon's plans to become even more competitive and target new and regulated markets. He also added that it's one of their main intentions to get their product in front of new customers in core territories, such as the UK and Sweden, as these are traditionally beneficial although highly competitive.
The operator's flagship brand, CampeonBet, constitutes a full-fledged iGaming platform that offers sportsbook, casino and virtual sports, with more than 3000 games from 20+ providers and a site that's available in 8 different languages. Having been awarded as best new casino in 2018, CampeonBet owes its victory to their customer-focused approach, according to Mr Avraam Tosounidis, Co-founder and COO.
The company now boasts other sites too in its portfolio, namely EvoBet and SvenBet, a site that's focused on the Nordic market as well as the Netherlands. What has also allowed them to expand their reach is the wide offering of payment methods that include Boleto, Sofort, iDeal, MuchBetter, Giropay and Zimpler that make player deposits in different markets much more convenient.
Why choose Campeonbet
- Few country Restrictions
- 1,000+ live events daily
- More than 35 sports
- Fast Markets
- Cards, Corners & Asian Handicaps
- Boleto, Interac Trustly
- Many local currencies
- Cryptocurrencies accepted
Campeon has managed to grow considerably since 2017, when it was established. The switch from Betconstruct to the Altenar platform marked the restart of the whole project. It is not common to see a relatively new betting site offer so many events and markets every month. The localization level is excellent, with multiple languages, local payment methods and currencies available. On the other hand, the odds are in an overall need for improvement and the lack of 24/7 Customer Support is a big minus, too. Despite that other bookies in the Campeon Group run under an MGA license, Campeonbet only operates with a Curacao one. Finally, the low betting and winning limits, as well as the fees on withdrawals above €/$1,000 need to be addressed ASAP. Campeonbet is a casino-first site but is also a very good option for recreational bettors.