Last night’s AskGamblers charity auction has managed to raise an astonishing €49,000, with all of the funds going towards playground equipment for special needs children.
AskGamblers published a news story on their website earlier today explaining: “Over sixty industry professionals have arrived in Belgrade yesterday all sharing our excitement for the AskGamblers Awards grand finale. We all gathered later in the evening at the Belgrade’s “Klub Kabinet” ready for the first event on our schedule – the charity night.
“The leaders of the industry were all there at the same place, and soon after the auction started you could see Videoslots Casino, SlotsMillion Casino, King Billy Casino and all the others going strong against each other, competing for the most desirable top 3 positions on the AskGamblers top 10 online casinos list.”
With the auction allowing partners to bid for the top three positions on the AskGamblers site, SlotsMillion Casino came out on top for both the Swedish (followed by Campeonbet Casino and Lapalingo Casino) and UK markets (followed by Mr. Play Casino and 21.com Casino), while Vbet , an Affiverse agency client, was victorious securing all the Rest of World markets (ahead of LadyHammer Casino and Royal Panda Casino).
The news story also noted: “June will be the charity month at AskGamblers, where all the partners who bought a spot on top 10 list in this auction will receive their exposure, as well as the PR coverage.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who took part in the last night’s event and made it magical. We are very excited that we will be able to help children with special needs throughout Serbia have a happier childhood and raise awareness about their needs.”
Don’t forget to tune in tonight from 9pm CET to watch the 2018 AskGamblers Awards ceremony live. Affiverse’s CEO , Lee-Ann Johnstone and Marketing Manger, Natalie Lees will be capturing the highlights of the evening to share next week.
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