Playtech Bags 4 EGR Awards

Playtech Bags 4 EGR Awards May 17, 2012 August 8, 2012 Tim Glocks
Posted on  May 17, 2012 | Updated on  Aug 8, 2012 by Tim Glocks

Playtech recently announced that it had won four eGaming Review (EGR) B2B Awards. Playtech is an international gambling software company that designs, develops, licenses and distributes gaming software for land-based casinos, TV gaming, online gaming sites and mobile gaming sites.

This year, EGR held the award ceremony in May in the Atrium of Wembley Stadium in London, and Playtech received the Best Poker Network Award, the Best Mobile Provider Award, the Best Bingo Network Award, and Best Slot Provider Award at this event.

EGaming Review B2B Awards are reputed in the industry and the glittering awards ceremony is one of the most significant events in the gambling industry calendar. EGR gives away these awards in recognition and appreciation of online gaming companies that deliver world-class products and services incorporating the latest technology.

Mor Weizer, the chief executive officer for Playtech said,

“It is a prodigious honor to have been recognized at this esteemed event. Winning 4 EGR B2B Honours in key product classifications is a evidence to the power and ability of Playtech goods across the group, and our continued accomplishments in the business hinge on on our bringing the finest and up-to-date skill to our licensees. EGR’s substantial response of our development and hard work will strongly drive us onward in the approaching year.”

Playtech is famous worldwide for developing and providing software gaming platforms and gaming content for land casinos and online gaming sites. The gaming software giant also offers services such as hosting, marketing and CRM.

Playtech develops gaming solutions for online casinos, bingo and poker sites, live gaming sites, online sportsbooks, fixed odds games sites and others. Its licensees use its solutions to maximize their cross-selling potential, total yield, and player loyalty through a powerful management interface called the MS. The company provides turnkey solutions or integrated software, enabling players to access gaming terminals based on servers, web, mobile and broadcast through one user account.

Playtech’s latest licensees use its solutions to diversify or upgrade their offerings. The list of Playtech licensees includes government-sponsored lotteries, land-based casino companies and online gaming companies that have recently entered the market.

Launched in 1999, the company employs 1000 employees in five countries. Most of them are in the company’s research and development section and the rest are in its ancillary services section.

Those interested in Playtech products and services can contact its CEO, Mor Weizer, by calling him or Ross Hawley, its director of investor relations.

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