Gaming specialist and leading mobile casino gaming developer, Play’n GO, has received five nominations for awards at this year’s Women in Gaming awards (WIGs), which takes place in London on May 12th and will be attended by leading women from all corners of the global gaming industry.
Play’n GO will be taking a sizeable contingent to the 8th edition of the WIGs, which will be held at the Savoy Hotel. Play’n GO nominees for this year’s ceremony include Lena Yasir for Leader iGaming, Toni Mills for Employee of the Year, and competing for Team of the Year, Play’n GO’s Account Management Team. The Växjö, Sweden-headquartered company has also received a Diversity Award and Best Place to Work nomination.
Johan Törnqvist, Chief Executive Officer of Play’n GO, said, “We are very pleased to have picked up so many nominations for this year’s Women in Gaming awards and it is a testament to the great work all those nominated have put in for Play’n GO over the last few years.” The CEO since October 2011, added, “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,” according to the news release.
Founded in 2010, the WIGs highlight the considerable contributions made by female employees to the gaming industry and their businesses.
With 46 percent of Play’n GO’s management positions currently staffed by women, the award-winning supplier of high-quality gaming content sees itself as a natural fit for the prestigious award. The company, whose extensive portfolio won the IGA Slot Provider of the Year in February, looks to be successful at this year’s WIGs, and for years to come.
Play’n GO’s games are designed for multi-device consumption on websites, smartphones, terminals, and tablets. The company combines the latest technology with extensive experience to create products that are contemporary, highly flexible, and complete.