SEOBROTHERS named Affiliate of the Year 2023 at SiGMA Awards Balkans & CIS

SEOBROTHERS, the company behind online gambling guide Slotsjudge, has been awarded Affiliate of the Year 2023 at the SiGMA Awards held within the framework of SiGMA Balkans & CIS Summit, which took place from September 4 to 7 in the city of Limassol, Cyprus.

SEOBROTHERS is a full-cycle SEO and content marketing agency. Its flagship project Slotsjudge provides up-to-date reviews of slots, casinos, and bonuses for players. The platform acts as a gambling guide with hundreds of slot reviews and other helpful information for gamblers in different geographies. Players can find detailed reviews of the latest slots and gambling experts’ opinions on the site. New casinos, bonuses, and other essential features are also reviewed.

“Being a part of the SEOBROTHERS team, I know firsthand how hardworking our experts are, so it’s a pleasure to see how this hard work is now recognized and awarded. I am sure that our debut at the Balkans Summit is not the last award we’ll boast,” Aleksandra Andrishak, Editor in Chief at Slotsjudge, said.

“The victory in the Affiliate of the Year nomination at such a huge conference like SiGMA is a global recognition, a great joy, and a big pride for our company. A distinct pleasure is to receive this award live. Such success inspires us to move only forward to new heights and achievements,” Pavel Alekseev, Head of Sales Gambling at Slotsjudge, said.

Mighty Tips, which is an online portal offering daily sports predictions and reviews, is another product of the company. As per the company’s website, Mighty Tips offers thousands of reviews, ratings, and opinions in 8 languages.

According to SiGMA Awards organizers, the event on September 4 presented its attendees with premier networking opportunities and rewarded leading players in the gaming industry in a celebration of achievement.

The organizers further noted that as well as shining a spotlight on some of the most intriguing and creative projects to change the face of the gaming sector, the event also featured an art auction, with all proceeds going to the SiGMA Foundation for a variety of charitable projects.