WINNERS FROM THIS YEAR’S IGA
Added: February 19, 2018
Microgaming, Yggdrasil Gaming, Play’n GO and several other big names from the online and offline gambling industry picked up a coveted award at the 11th annual International Gaming Awards (IGA) which took place towards the beginning of February 2018 on Park Lane, London, at the Grosvenor Hotel.
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Also this year, Yggdrasil Gaming won the Innovator Supplier award after picking up the same award the previous year and the iGaming Software Supplier award back in 2016. “We always strive to be the best, and it is always an honour to be recognised by our industry peers,” said the Yggdrasil CEO, Fredrik Elmqvist. “We have assembled the most dedicated and creative team in gaming, so this is a fantastic acknowledgement of all their hard work over the past 12 months,” added the CEO.
Play’n GO won the Slot Provider award after winning a similar award called the Slot Provider/Supplier Product award in 2017 and the Mobile Product of the Year award in 2016. Play’n GO pokies such as Leprechaun Goes to Hell, Viking Runecraft, Hugo, Hugo 2, 7 Sins, Reactoonz, Gemix and Wizard of Gems can now be found at Casino Mate.
Some of the other notable winners from IGA 2018 included LeoVegas who won the Live Casino of the Year award. IGT won the Lottery Product award, Cherry won the Mobile Operator award and William Hill won the Online Gaming Operator award. There was also Mr Green who won the Socially Responsible Online award.
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