Reigning Mobile Product of the Year winners looking for further success
Swedish slot supplier Play'n GO has been shortlisted for three awards at next month's prestigious International Gaming Awards in London.
The company is up for Slot Provider of the Year, Corporate Service Supplier of the Year, and will be looking to retain the title of Mobile Product of the Year, which they won in 2015.
Ebba Arnred, Play'n GO's Chief Marketing Officer, said the triple nomination capped a remarkable 12 months for Play'n GO, who released more than 15 new games simultaneously in HTML5 and Flash, as well as signed deals with over twenty additional operators.
She said: "We're delighted to be recognised again by the judges at the iGaming Awards. Last year's victory really kick-started a fantastic year for Play'n GO in which we grew both our content portfolio and number of operator partnerships.
"We have significantly strengthened the team in that time too, not only to service all of our new clients but in order to have sufficient capacity to expand into further international markets."
Arnred, who was recently promoted to the CMO role at Play'n GO, also won the Women in Gaming's Leader of the Year for iGaming in 2015 and will be present again at this year's lunch ahead of the IGA Awards.
She added: "To win Women in Gaming's Leader of the Year was a great honour, and I can't wait to join other leading women in the industry again to recognise their vital contribution to gaming."
Play'n GO will be showcasing their portfolio of games on stand N6-340 at ICE Totally Gaming, including on request demonstrations of their forthcoming Cloud Quest title.