Play'n GO nominated at Women in Gaming awards

25 April 2017

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Leading gaming supplier Play'n GO has been nominated for five awards at the 8th edition of the Women in Gaming awards (WIGs), which takes place in London next month.

Leading women from across the global gaming industry will attend the ceremony at the Savoy Hotel, London on 12 May 2017, and Play'n GO will be taking a large contingent to the 2017 edition.

Nominees for this year's ceremony include Toni Mills for Employee of the Year, Lena Yasir for Leader iGaming, as well as the Play'n GO Account Management Team who are up for Team of the Year.

Play'n GO has also been nominated as a collective for Best Place to Work and the Diversity Award.

Johan Törnqvist at 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 testament to the great work all those nominated have put in for Play'n GO over the last few years.

"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 that has helped Play'n GO flourish since our inception."

The WIGs were founded in 2010 to highlight the outstanding contribution female employees have made to their individual businesses and the gaming industry.

Play'n GO see themselves as a natural fit for the awards, and with 46% of its management positions currently occupied by women, the company look set to be successful at the awards this year and for many years to come.

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