Playtech Picks Up Two Prizes at EGR and WhichBingo Awards
According to a press statement issued by the gaming company, Playtech Bingo team picked up two prizes at the 2019 EGR B2B Awards and the WhichBingo Awards.
On June 25, Playtech was named the Bingo Supplier of the Year at the EGR Awards, and then triumphed in the Best Bingo Software category at the WhichBingo Awards – the following evening!
An Important Recognition
But that’s not all, as Playtech also won the Best New Bingo Game award after the company’s Age of the Gods Bingo managed to beat its competitors in this category. To round up this run, Playtech’s Gala Bingo won in the Best Playtech Bingo Site category.
Commenting on the accolades, Angus Nisbet, Managing Director of Digital Bingo at Playtech said it was a real honour to win awards for the company’s platform at not one, but two major industry award events in one week, and added it represented a testament to the Bingo team’s hard work and drive to innovate over the past 12 months.
He stated Playtech was committed to long-term investment in the Bingo platform and product, from data-driven player journey management via the firm’s new Engagement Centre to market-leading new variants and exclusives.
Nisbet explained it was a great result to be recognized by key figures in the industry for this innovation and development, and added the whole company was proud of it.
He pointed out Playtech was also delighted by the success of Age of the Gods Bingo in one one of the toughest categories at the WhichBingo Awards. According to him, the popularity of the game demonstrated the power of Age of the Gods as a cross-vertical, omni-channel brand and its potential to continue growing in the future.
This has been a successful year for the company’s Bingo operations when it comes to awards, as the Playtech has already grabbed the Gaming Intelligence Bingo Supplier of the Year award.
Playtech was founded in 1999 and has since become a true technology leader in the gambling industries.
Today, the company delivers business intelligence-driven gambling software, services, content and platform technology across the industry’s most popular product verticals, including casino, live casino, sports betting, virtual sports, bingo and poker.
Playtech’s partners with and invests in the leading brands in regulated and newly regulated markets to deliver its data-driven gambling technology across the retail and online value chain. Playtech provides its technology on a B2B basis to the industry’s leading retail and online operators, land-based casino groups and government sponsored entities such as lotteries.
Playtech employs around 5,800 employees across 17 countries around the world.
The latest addition to Playtech’s offering of video slots was added a little over a month ago, when the renowned developer launched the new Bowling Frenzy game, taking players on an exciting journey set in the 1950s.