Play’n GO, NetEnt And Yggdrasil Win Big At EGR B2B Awards 2019
The winners of the EGR B2B Awards 2019 have been revealed.
The EGR B2B Awards 2019 took place on June 25th at the Tower of London where industry insiders celebrated and rewarded the best online casino providers.
At the event, Play’n GO were awarded the Mobile Supplier of the Year award for their excellence in the mobile casino industry, beating out several other leading software developers. The firm won the award for their mobile-friendly and popular slot games which include recent releases such as Inferno Star, Phoenix Reborn, Contact, Cash Vandal and many more.
In a statement, Play’n GO CEO Johan Törnqvist, said: “From the very beginning, we knew that mobile gaming was going to be the future, and we are seeing that fulfilled now.
“We have always made sure that our games are developed with the highest quality, especially when it comes to mobile and our constant recognition as the foremost suppliers of mobile games shows that our approach and execution are second to none.”
Yggdrasil’s Big Award
It wasn’t just Play’n GO who were recognised for their achievements. Slot provider Yggdrasil was named the RNG Casino Supplier of the Year after judges were left impressed with the developer’s games and its YGS Masters program.
Fredrik Elmqvist, the CEO of Yggdrasil, said in a statement: “We’re thrilled to have won the RNG Casino Supplier category at this year’s awards.
“We’ve been part of the EGR B2B awards for many years now and it keeps getting better and better. Our sector is more competitive than ever but we’re proud to be part of such an innovative and progressive industry and delighted to have been selected by our peers as the best RNG Casino Supplier.
“Winning this award is a testament to all the hard work of the entire Yggdrasil team over the last year as we strive to constantly innovate and produce high-quality games with players in mind.”
Meanwhile, other winners at the event included Playtech which one the Bingo Supplier award, Red Tiger who bagged the Innovation in Mobile award, Microgaming who won the Innovation in Slot Provision award, Evolution Gaming who won the Live Casino Supplier award, Scientific Games which was named the Platform of the Year and NetEnt who won the Slot Supplier award.