he judging panel were impressed by the supplier’s commitment to diversity within the company, with 46% of its management positions currently occupied by women and all employees rewarded solely for their job acumen and success, as opposed to any other factor.
Johan Törnqvist, CEO at Play’n GO, said, “This award is testament to all of our employees at Play’n GO who have helped make our working environment conducive to creativity and innovative thinking.
“Our truly diverse team has helped create a dynamic working environment which will ensure we remain at the forefront of the gaming industry for the foreseeable future.”
The WIGs look to its 9th edition in 2018 as they continue to promote the outstanding contribution female employees have made to their respective businesses and the gaming industry.
Play’n GO was nominated across four other categories on the night, including Employee of the Year, Leader iGaming, Team of the Year and Best Place to Work, and look to further success in the awards in future as they add to their burgeoning team within existing offices and in their newest London site.