The 12th International Gaming Awards (IGA) took place on a glamorous evening at London’s Savoy Hotel on 4 February 2019. On that night, there was a long list of award-winners from the evening, so it’s time for a thorough recap of the event.
BBIN claimed the Australia/Asia-focused Technology Supplier category, while The Ritz Club triumphed in Casino Venue. Meanwhile, Galaxy Entertainment won the award for Gaming Operator Australia & Asia, with Caesars Entertainment EMEA claiming the UK & Europe equivalent.
ComeOn was then acknowledged as the In-Play Sports Betting Company, and was followed by Galaxy Entertainment, which won a second award for Integrated Resort. Pilot Games then won for Gaming Operator Americas while Bede Gaming was named Great Place to Work (Supplier) and Videoslots claimed to Operator version.
Following those awards, Red Tiger Gaming won for iGaming Software Supplier, Buzz Bingo for Innovator of the Year (Operator), and Yggdrasil for Innovator of the Year (Supplier). Ecommpay was then credited for Innovation in Payments, Mr Green for Live Casino, IGT for Lottery Product, and LeoVegas for Mobile Operator.
Awards then went to software specialist NetEnt for Mobile Product, Coolbet for Mobile Sports Product, Casumo for Online Casino Operator, Kindred for Online Gaming Operator, and well-known brand PokerStars for Online Poker Operator.
Online sportsbook William Hill was then recognised as top within the Sports Betting Operator category. SlotsMillion was then selected for Slots Operator and Play’n GO received the award for Slot Provider. Meanwhile, BetConstruct was selected as the winner for Technology Provider/Supplier.
A number of award categories were also allotted for social responsibility, with Melco Resorts & Entertainment leading the way by winning Socially Responsible Operator Asia/Australia (Land-based). Les Ambassadeurs then won the UK & Europe Award, while Betsson was crowned as Socially Responsible Operator.