Play’n GO, the award-winning omni-channel slots specialist has been shortlisted for no less than seven 2018 Women in Gaming (WiG) awards.
The supplier has impressed with its commitment to diversity and support of its female staff. As such, the many honourable titles for which it has been shortlisted include both company-wide awards as well as multiple individual categories.
The company-wide awards include “Company of the Year” and “Best Place to Work”. In regard to individual award recognition, the company’s Liana Mifsud has been selected as a candidate for the “Employee of the Year” category. Meanwhile, Maria Nilsson has been nominated for the “Industry Achiever” award and Irian Tyberg is a contender for the “Hidden Talent of the Year (Operator)” award.
What’s more, two Play’n GO employees – Lena Yasir and Ebba Arnred – will both be in the running for “Leader of the Year (iGaming)”.
“I’d like to congratulate not just the many individuals who’ve been nominated for a 2018 Women in Gaming award, but also all of those within our organisation who continue to shape our culture for the better and go above and beyond,” said Play’n GO’s CEO Johan Törnqvist about the nominations.
Having been the proud recipient of the Diversity Award last year, it will be interesting to see if Play’n GO will be adding to its WiG trophy collection.
The 2018 Women in Gaming Awards will be held in London at the Savoy Hotel on the 11th of May, 2018.