Welcome to the Sky Betting & Gaming Hub

Sky Betting & Gaming aims to bring the excitement of sports betting, casino, poker and bingo to a rapidly growing number of customers in the betting and gaming market. Through our close relationships with Sky Sports we can provide a unique opportunity to deliver a real experience that makes us stand out in the online gaming sector....

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  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Sciences/Maths

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We’re behind some of the biggest brands in online betting and gaming.
We operate five major products - Bet, Vegas, Casino, Poker and Bingo.
We're an £800million business.
We handled 53 million transactions on our busiest day.
We handle over 11 million transactions on a Saturday afternoon.
We became an independent business in January 2015.
Our servers process over 44 million games transactions per week.

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Friday night football star Rachel Riley hosts first Sky Betting & G...

A host of businesses from across Yorkshire gathered at the Royal Armouries on Wednesday night to attend the first ever Sky Betting & Gaming charity gala ball, celebrating the culmination of a year of fundraising in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. Hundreds of employees at the company have raised thousands of pounds during the year, participating in events from cycling sportives, London to Paris bike rides, Tough Mudders, half marathons and raffles. TV star Rachel Riley announced the company...

Added: 16th December 2016

Hacking good time for teenage cancer trust

Security-savvy Sky Betting & Gaming employees raised over £800 for Teenage Cancer Trust this week when they joined a company Hack Day designed around our new Bug Bounty Programme. Bug Bounty, which has become a success story among some of the world's biggest tech companies including Facebook, Yahoo!, Google, Reddit, and Square allows developers, product owners and other eager hackers to discover and resolve bugs before the general public is aware of them, preventing incidents of...

Added: 16th December 2016