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UK – The BiG Foundation announces Microgaming as Headline sponsor

By - 30 July 2014

The BiG Foundation is delighted to announce Microgaming as headline sponsor for the forthcoming BiG Sports Dinner on a re-arranged date on Wednesday September 10 2014, at The Dorchester Hotel in London.

“We are delighted to have Microgaming show such an interest in this inaugural event. The founders believe there is a real need for an organisation such as ours within our industry and thus have spent a lot of time, effort as well as the wife’s new kitchen in getting the project thus far. It is critical now for the industry to embrace the event and show their support with their attendance.” Commented Richard Hogg, co-Director and Founder.

The BiG Sports Dinner will be ‘The’ only Charity Sports Dinner in the Betting and Gaming Industry. Attended by a host of sports stars, it also features two key industry awards, the first; “The Best Sports Betting Campaign” and the second; “The Best Use of a Sporting Star in a Betting Campaign”. It will be a fantastic night of sports stories, banter and brilliant entertainment hosted by Austin Healey, whilst raising money for some amazing sports related charities.

Roger Raatgever, CEO of Microgaming, added: “The BiG Sports Dinner is a unique event within the gaming industry and we are privileged to be a part of it. As a company we are very passionate about sport and charity work, so the BiG Sports Dinner is a natural fit for us. We hope that the event will raise a substantial amount for GamCare and other worthy charities.”

A host of gaming companies will be attending the dinner, in a bid to raise as much money as possible for the events chosen charities. This includes Microgaming, Paddy Power, Betting Promotion, TAIN, The Betting Service, AliQuantum Gaming, along with representation from 188Bet, Unibet, winner and hôme agency to name a few. Calvin Ayre will also be there with the film crew to make a record of the event, as well as a presence from The Sun and The Mail on Sunday.

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