Play’n GO Scoops Five Nominations at WIGs Awards
Play’n GO is one of world’s leading online casino software developers and suppliers which has been in business since 1997. Its in-house developed online slots are some of the best in the industry, recognized for their high quality of production, visual appearance and game play.
The Canadian slot lovers will have been well familiarized with these Swedish innovators who have last delighted us with their Matsuri online slot which was unveiled earlier in March.
And Play’n GO is once again hitting the headlines with a number nominations in this year’s WIG’s (Women in Gaming) Award which takes place at the Savoy Hotel in London on 12 May.
Play’n GO are up for the total of five awards at the 8th edition of the Women in Gaming awards where leading women from across the global gaming industry are expected to come together in this prestigious event.
Nominees for this year’s even include Play’n GO’s Toni Mills for the Employee of the Year, Lena Yasir for the Leader iGaming and the company’s Account Management Team who are well-positioned to scoop the Team of the Year award.
What is more, Play’n GO has also been nominated for the Best Place to Work and the Diversity Award, which is another huge recognition for the company as a whole.
“We are very pleased to have picked up so many nominations for this year’s Women in Gaming awards and it is testament to the great work all those nominated have put in for Play’n GO over the last few years.”, Play’n GO’s Johan Tornqvist said.
Being a company with 46% of its management positions currently occupied by women, Play’n GO seem to be a natural fit for the awards.
“We reward all employees based on competency in their roles rather than any other factor and we strongly believe this is key to creating a dynamic, innovative working environment which has helped Play’n GO flourish since our inception.”, Tornqvist added.