Oulala clinches the Best Fantasy Sports Product Award

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Dec/09/2016

London – Oulala.com, the daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator and B2B provider, won the award for 'Best Fantasy Sports Product' at SBC Awards ceremony in London.

Valery Bollier, Oulala CEO, and Benjamin Carlotti, Managing Director, accepted the award for Innovation in Football Betting – Best Football Betting Product from the hands of SBC Managing Director Andrew McCarron. Presenter Hayley McQueen announced the winners and highly commended entries in seven innovation award categories and seven overall award categories.

''We are extremely honoured and grateful to receive this important award which boosts our confidence and inspiration to realize our dreams in becoming the leading global daily fantasy network for football,'' said Bollier after the event. ''The award is also the true recognition of our team’s continuous dedication to offer the best fantasy football platform possible to our B2B partners.''

A panel of 30 judges, most of whom are leading CEOs in the business, selected Oulala as the best in class among six finalists.

Due to its innovative platform, Oulala came to fame with its extensive scoring system, based on more than 70 different criteria, and its unique 'live coaching' feature which enables users to make real time changes to their fantasy line-ups.

The award closes a successful year for the Oulala team ‒ both Valery and Benjamin were recognised as Tech Ambassadors for Malta by the Malta Communications Authority, while Valery also received an award for Data and Business Intelligence 2016 Idol of the year.

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