Continent 8 CEO Michael Tobin Inducted into SBC Sports Betting Hall of Fame

Michael Tobin, the Founder and CEO of Continent 8 Technologies, was recently honored at the SBC Summit North America as he was inducted into the esteemed SBC Sports Betting Hall of Fame for the year 2024.

The SBC Sports Betting Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have showcased exceptional achievements and played pivotal roles in shaping the sports betting landscape.

Over the span of 25 years, Michael has dedicated himself to driving innovation and fostering growth within the global gaming industry. Continent 8 embarked on its journey by establishing a cutting-edge data center near Montreal, later expanding its footprint into key iGaming hubs across Europe, including the Isle of Man, Malta, and Gibraltar.

With the progression of regulations, this expansion continued into various regions such as the United States, Asia, and Latin America. Michael’s extensive network and strong relationships with customers, partners, regulators, and suppliers have been instrumental in driving global development and success within the dynamic iGaming and online sports betting sector.

Presently, Continent 8 remains at the forefront of innovation, offering dependable managed hosting, connectivity, cloud, and cybersecurity services through a global tier-one network spanning over 100 locations across four continents. The company caters to and safeguards some of the largest entities in the industry.

Commenting on this accolade, Michael Tobin, said: “It is truly an honor to be recognized by my peers, and it’s also a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire Continent 8 team.

“I am incredibly proud of all that we have accomplished, the value we have added to the industry and the ways in which we have empowered our customers and partners to achieve success. The iGaming and online sports betting industry is constantly evolving, and I am excited to see how we can continue to embark on this journey to grow the market together.”

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