Gambling.com Group (“the Group”) has once again been honored with a national writing award by the Associated Press Sports Editors (“APSE”). The APSE’s annual contest recognizes the best sports journalism in America and Gambling.com Group was recognized for coverage published on Gambling.com, a valuable source of online gambling news and reviews in the U.S.
The Group, competing in Category B (750,000-2,000,000 monthly visitors), was recognized in the Projects category for a series of stories explaining the major trends impacting gambling in the U.S. in 2020 and what it meant for the future of gaming in America. The project was guided by how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped life.
Mike Kates, Assistant Managing Editor for Gambling.com Group said, “It is an honor for our team to be recognized in the most prestigious sports journalism contest. We work tirelessly to deliver information that will keep bettors informed on important topics and receiving this recognition from our peers in sports journalism solidifies that we are delivering on that.”
APSE represents sports editors, their assistants and staff and promotes a focus on standards for fairness, ethics and journalistic excellence. The Group is the first member of APSE focused on covering the emerging sports betting market and was recognized in both Projects and Explanatory categories in 2020.
About Gambling.com Group
Gambling.com Group is a multi-award-winning provider of digital marketing services for the global online gambling industry. Founded in 2006, the Group has a workforce of more than 100 and operates from offices in Dublin, Charlotte, Tampa and Malta. The Group publishes information portals that offer comparisons and reviews of regulated online gambling websites around the world. Players use these resources to select which online gambling operators they should trust to offer a safe and honest online gambling experience. The Group’s publishing assets include the leading gambling industry portal, Gambling.com® as well as Bookies.com, and the CasinoSource℠ series of portals, among many others.