Vincent Caldwell to Join Sports Betting Hall of Fame

Considered as one of the pioneers of the online betting industry, the President of Racing 2 Day LLC, Vincent Caldwell, has been chosen for the Sports Betting Hall of Fame.

Launched in 2016, the Sports Betting Hall of Fame celebrates personalities that have contributed immensely to the sports betting industry.

Caldwell has made several lasting impacts in the sports betting industry to merit him a position in the industry’s Hall of Fame.

He has developed several innovative solutions to combat challenges in the industry. He is currently licensed in eight jurisdictions, including the UK, Ireland, Isle of Man, and some states in the US.

He has also created several latest off-track and on-track licenses iGaming companies, the latest being Virtual Live Racing, as seen on his LinkedIn profile. A company that introduces innovation to the horse racing sport by developing racing content products to rerun races for the global tote-based gambling market.

Caldwell is well known for building his earliest company from scratch. The company started in 1998 with just two employees. However, under his watch, the business became the first online betting company to go live on the London Stock Exchange (AIM) with a valuation of more than £50 million.

Other highlights of Caldwell’s illustrious career include launching one of the pioneer marketing companies in Macau and creating one of the first online co-mingled pools with the capacity to take bets from around the world.

A grand ceremony always accompanies the induction of the latest members into the Hall of Fame. This year, Vincent Caldwell and other 2021 inductees like Ludovico Calvi, Simon Bold, Joe Asher, Johnny Avelo, and several others will be celebrated at the London’s Natural History Museum on 11 November.

Vincent Caldwell

It is a huge honor to be inducted into the Sports Betting Hall of Fame.

Vincent Caldwell

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