Bede Gaming a supplier of software to the online gaming industry, has had its commitment to diversity and wellbeing recognised with six outstanding nominations at this year’s Women in Gaming Diversity Awards 2019.

Placing as a finalist in the ‘Best Place to Work’ and ‘Employee Wellbeing’ categories, underlining Bede’s true commitment to delivering a truly open and supportive environment for its employees.

The Bede Gaming team also picked up some remarkable nominations in the individual categories with product director Sarah Hitchcock grabbing the highly coveted Leader of the Year award; the Young Leader of the Year was awarded to people specialist Eileen Wood and Holly Roberts and Chelsea Dryden respectively scooping Innovator of the Year and Star of the Future.

The nominations come hot on the heels of Bede’s victory in the “Great Place to Work - Supplier” category at the International Gaming Awards 2019.

Having been named in Gaming Intelligence’s annual Hot 50, a list of the industry’s most influential executives, Sarah Hitchcock also played an integral role in Bede’s selection as the new digital partner of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation in 2018 - Bede’s biggest commercial deal to date.

Dragon have already forged a number of strong strategic partnerships in the gaming industry and many innovative uses of blockchain solutions to provide cutting edge solutions such as the Dragon Social Wallet (downloadable free here) they are well placed to recognise the significance of their achievement.

Dragon co-founder Paul Moynan said: “It is fantastic that so many members of Bede’s team have been rightfully recognised with these extremely well-deserved nominations at this year’s Women in Gaming Diversity Awards.  This is great news for them as a company as well as the industry as a whole – the entire team at Dragon wish them the best of luck for the future.”