Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has won the ‘Full Service Platform Of The Year’ award at the annual EGR Global B2B Awards.

The EGR Global B2B Awards celebrate the best service providers in the online gaming industries, recognising the achievements from across all the major disciplines.

“It makes me extremely proud to have been chosen by our peers as the full service platform of the year,” GiG CEO Richard Brown said.

“It’s thanks to the continuous hard work and united effort from everyone at GiG that we can proudly say that we have gained industry recognition as the leading iGaming Platform provider for operations around the world,” he continued.

Founded in 2012, GiG prides itself in being a leading iGaming technology company. Its mission is to provide solutions, products, and services to iGaming Operators.

The in-person ceremony, held on Wednesday evening at York Lawns, London, saw another ten companies take home prestigious awards. Categories included ‘Slot Supplier’, awarded to 1X2 Network, ‘Mobile Supplier’, awarded to Red Tiger, and ‘Casino Software Supplier’, awarded to Relax Gaming.

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