Play’n GO Wins an Important Industry Award

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Play'n GO wins another industry award

Play’n GO named Slot Provider of the Year.

According to the latest news, Play’n GO has won the prestigious Slot Provider of the Year Award at EGR B2B Awards that took place on Wednesday, June 20.

This black-tie event took place in London’s Hurlingham Club and it was designed to celebrate and reward the best service suppliers in the online gambling industry.

A Record Number of Nominations

Swedish online games developer Play’n GO was nominated for the award in the following seven categories: Innovation in Mobile, Innovation in Slot Provision, Innovation in RNG Casino Software, Mobile Gaming Software, RNG Casino Supplier, Slot Provider, and Multi-Channel Supplier.

This is a record number of nominations in a single year, which once again proves that Play’n GO is a true industry.

Commenting on this achievement, co-founder, and CEO of Play’n GO, Johan Törnqvist said he had been delighted to pick up the win, and added he believed it was a reflection of the company’s hard work.

He added it was an honour to pick up the coveted award, especially with the level of competition in the category.

Törnqvist emphasized that Play’n GO worked hard as a company to put out the finest, most entertaining offering to the partners in the market, and winning this award was a testament to that. He concluded by saying the company had consistently been recognized in the industry for the innovative products they release and pointed it was their job not to rest on the laurels, but to continue innovating.

Hard Work Continues

Play’n GO’s portfolio includes many innovative games such as Viking Runecraft, Sweet Alchemy, and Moon Princess.

This supplier offers its content to some of the world’s biggest and most successful casino brands. Their omnichannel solutions are created in such a way to meet the needs of both individual online and land-based operators, no matter where they are or what are the legal or other requirements on that market.

All games are developed in HTML5, which means players can enjoy them on all mobile and desktop devices.

The company was established in 1997 and currently has its offices in Sweden, Malta, Hungary, and the United Kingdom.