Instant Win Gaming (IWG), supplier of online instant win games to lotteries on HTML5 mobile and desktop and Flash, has taken home the coveted “Online Lottery Supplier of the Year 2017” Award.
It’s a huge win for the first time nominee and London-based instant win games provider, who along with major industry players NeoGames and IGT, was shortlisted for the prestigious EGR B2B Awards, which took place on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at The Hurlingham Club in London. The nomination and award at the online gaming industry’s flagship awards highlight IWG’s impressive business achievements over the past year.
Over the past 12 months, IWG, which provides a full service for lotteries, from strategy and consultancy to design and build, has expanded its international footprint by scoring numerous commercial deals, among them, the landmark partnership with the Michigan Lottery; the union making for the first Remote Game Server (RGS) integration onto a US lottery.
IWG Chief Executive Officer, Rhydian Fisher, said the just to be shortlisted for the online lottery supplier at the prestigious awards was a huge honor and to win was even more incredible. Fisher went on to say, “The entire team at IWG work tirelessly with our clients and partners, so for all their hard work to be recognised with this award is hugely pleasing. The instant win sector is probably the fastest growing in the gaming industry and it’s an extremely exciting time for IWG.” The CEO said that IWG has been working alongside lotteries for the past 15 years and that now the company is also focusing on the commercial sector. He said, “We look forward to continuing to provide our partners with the very best and most engaging instant win content.”
In winning the award, IWG beat out industry competitors IGT, Lotto Hero, NeoGames, PariPlay, SA Gaming, and Winners Group.
Having launched over 300 games available via the Remote Game Server (RGS) that perform consistently at the highest level, IWG delivers an end-to-end solution covering all aspects of game development and portfolio management. The company delivers content in multiple regulated jurisdictions from data centers in the UK, Gibraltar, Canada and North America.