Jogo Global, the fast-growing platform provider and casino content developer, has been shortlisted in the Rising Star of the Year category at the International Gaming Awards 2022.
The Rising Star of the Year award recognises the achievements made by a new or growing company, taking into account innovation, successes, and a company’s approach towards solving client needs.
This year has seen Jogo Global make great strides in the UK market, recently attaining a UKGC licence as well as securing several commercial agreements with big name operators for its unique gaming products. The company, which is differentiating itself in the iGaming industry with its focus on gamification and alternative games, has also prioritised broader expansion, in particular across the US with its platforms and games set to provide operators with a truly omnichannel offering.
The International Gaming Awards are held yearly to celebrate the industry’s best and brightest organisations from both the online and land-based sectors. The 2022 edition, to be held on 31st January 2022 in London at the Savoy Hotel, is the 15th to take place and will host some of the most innovative operators and game developers the industry has to offer.
Co-founder and CEO David Marcus said: “Together with Tiago Pinto and our Chairman Simon Collins, we are super proud that Jogo Global have been shortlisted as finalists in the Rising Star of the Year category.
“So much has been achieved in such a short period of time – it just goes to show that hard work will take you there, but passion will keep you up there. I’m beyond thankful to our outstanding team, their professionalism, support and loyalty.”
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