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Teddy Sagi’s SafeCharge Doubles up at EGR Awards

“Winning the Payments company of the year award in successive years and the additional honour of the Innovation in payments solutions award is true recognition of SafeCharge’s contribution to the online gaming industry.”


Teddy Sagi

Teddy Sagi’s SafeCharge International (LSE: SCH), a global provider of payment services for online and mobile businesses since 2007, has won two prestigious awards for the categories Payments company of the year and Innovations in payments solutions at the annual EGR B2B 2015 awards held last night at the Tower of London.

The EGR B2B Awards are organized by eGaming Review and judged by a panel of industry luminaries and key advisers to the industry, including former CEOs, board directors of public companies and household name betting brands.

Shortlisted in three categories, Fraud and compliance solution, Innovation in payments solutions and Payments company of the year, SafeCharge came up trumps in two categories, Payments company of the year and Innovation in payments solutions. The firm was adjudged to have demonstrated excellent performance in the key criteria areas of reliability of service, product/service development, understanding customer needs and reaction to market challenges.

David Avgi, SafeCharge CEO, comments, “Winning the Payments company of the year award in successive years and the additional honour of the Innovation in payments solutions award is true recognition of SafeCharge’s contribution to the online gaming industry. We are continuously evolving and advancing our payment technologies, enabling online gaming merchants to securely optimise their player’s experience during the deposit and withdrawal journey.”

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