Launched just ten years ago, Triobet was the first online gaming brand in the Baltics.
In order to commemorate this great achievement, close to 300 esteemed guests were invited to attend a glamorous celebratory event in Kulkuurikatel in Tallinn, Estonia.
The guest list included famous athletes, representatives of sports associations, members of parliament and the Tallinn City council, journalists and the entire Triobet team, all of whom were asked to dress in the Triobet colours: red and black.
Actor Veiko Täär and singer Ines hosted the impressive event, kicking it off with a concert, which included 10 sports related songs performed by top Estonian singers Genka, Maarja-Liis Ilus, Karl-Erik Taukar and Liis Lemsalu. A 10 piece orchestra created an amazing atmosphere. An ensemble of “La-La Ladies” was also performed by DJ Tom Tilienthal, providing guests with the perfect opportunity to dance.
Following the concert, street food with a touch of class was served at the “Katelde saal” and special Triobet attractions were opened, including the Wheel of Fortune, the foosball table and the basketball-throwing machine, amongst others. Here, guests could try their luck and win various prizes.
With regards to sports, Triobet was founded together with three Baltic State Football Federations and for this reason; the brand is a very active member in the sports world.
A month prior to the celebratory event, Triobet and the online news portal Delfi.ee launched a public vote to determine the brightest sports events in Estonia in the last decade. Thousands of votes were cast and the top 3 winners were chosen. They were awarded custom-made works of art, created by the young Estonian artist Karmo Ruusmaa. The aim of these paintings was to re-create the special moments in sports.
Two sports competitions were held, involving some of the most famous Estonian sportsmen. One competition involved the foosball table, basketball and football players and the other included the basketball-throwing machine, a basketball and football coach.
The event was live-streamed on a number of media channels, including Delfi.ee, postimees.ee, goodnews.ee, kroonika.ohtuleht.ee and many more, definitely making the event one to remember.