EGR Operator Awards 2017 - PlayOJO nominated for two awards

PlayOJO Shortlisted for Two Top EGR Operator Awards

03 Oct, 2017 - 16:38 by johntang  has announced that it has been shortlisted for two EGR Operator Awards. This is an incredible achievement for the young UK-facing online casino, which only joined the iGaming industry seven months ago.

The EGR Operator Awards will be held at the Grosvenor House, London on the 26th of October 2017. More than 800 industry professionals attend the annual event, which awards excellence in egaming. B2C operators are awarded for setting the standard in several categories that range from social responsibility to customer service.

The two EGR awards for which PlayOJO has been shortlisted are "Rising Star" and "Socially Responsible Operator". The latter of the two award nominations is definitely the more notable of the two. However, it makes perfect sense why PlayOJO Casino would be nominated for this prestigious title. Since its inception, this fledgling casino has shown that it's different from the competition.

Having done away with the traditional match bonus welcome offer and standard wagering requirements, the casino is very transparent and has shown to players that what they see is what they get; with no hidden bonus terms and conditions. This, combined with its other player perks like giving money back on every bet, makes PlayOJO unique among its peers.

In a press release announcing the nominations, Ohad Narkis from PlayOJO commented that the operator is thrilled to have been shortlisted for the two awards.

"It’s a fantastic feeling knowing that your product is being accepted by both customers and peers alike," Narkis said. "It’s a testament to the commitment and hard work of everyone involved on this exciting and special project."

"PlayOJO has been our own rising star from launch so I am really pleased that this is one of the awards we have been shortlisted for. And to be honored with a second nomination for Socially Responsible Operator make us all very proud!’’ he added.