Play’n GO Nominated For Three Prestigious Awards

Publish: 12.03.2018

The Swedish online casino games developer Play’n GO has been nominated for three awards at this year’s Global Regulatory Awards.

Jemal Sudra, Technical Compliance Officer of the Stockholm-based firm will look to win Compliance Officer of the Year, Technical Compliance & Information Security Officer Deion Williams is nominated in the Data Protection Officer of the Year category, while Play’n GO’s compliance team has the chance to grab In-house Counsel/Legal Team of the Year.

A Well-Deserved Recognition

The nominations represent a true acknowledgment of the company’s efforts to offer continued certification and integration of its portfolio of content into various licensed operators.

Play’n GO has been working hard on expanding its footprint across different jurisdictions and has recently entered Spain and Columbia, while the list of markets regulated markets where the company offers its products has exceeded 15 countries and territories around the world.

Тhe hard-working team of experienced specialist has been a key factor in Play’n GO’s flawless regulatory record, while the efforts of to ensure compliance across the broad offer of the company’s products and services allows the customers to offer fully compliant products to their consumers around the globe.

Global Regulatory Awards

Confirmation Of Credentials

Commenting on these nominations, Jonah Tornqvist, Chief Executive Officer at Play’n GO said they were a confirmation of the firm’s credentials of being the leading supplier to regulated territories. He stated Play’n GO had been proactive in building a first-class legal and compliance team which could deal with the evolving rigours of the international legislative landscape, and added it was great to be recognized for this strategy.

Tornqvist pointed out the categories would be hotly contested but expressed his belief the nominees from Play’n GO would be among the favourites to take them home.

He stated he had seen the work the legal teams did first hand and competitors would be hard-pushed to be more engaged in the process and effective in its implementation, ensuring the company’s content seamlessly integrated with clients around the world.