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Two Nominations for World Match at the EGR B2B Awards 2016Published April 17, 2016 by Vlad G
World Match continues its thrust forward with two nominations in the upcoming EGR B2B awards.
Leading online gaming company World Match is nominated for the upcoming EGR B2B Awards in two categories. The game developer will compete with other candidates for Innovation in slot provision and for RNG casino supplier titles. Winners will be announced on June 1st, during the award ceremony at the Tower of London, with all the big companies looking to attend.
A Busy Year for World Match
The company has had one of its busiest years since its launch in 2003. Over the past twelve months, World Match has singed multiple agreements with big operators to increase its reach in the online gambling industry around the world, but especially in Italy.
It also expanded its portfolio with multiple new products to now have 120 slots, 30 table options and quite a few versions for video poker. Included are jackpot games with fixed, progressive, local and other types of top prizes. This covers different devices that include iOS, Android and even Apple TV.
The entire collection from World Match is based on games with omni-channel compatibility. This allows them to be enjoyed without any issues on different devices. The two nominations are certainly well deserved but the competition is fairly rough this year and it remains to be seen if the operator can claim the awards.
Fun Slots for Online Gaming
Some of the most popular slots that helped World Match get the nomination are Night Vampire, Rainbow, Angeli e Demoni25, Banana King and Go Wild. These titles and many more have HD graphics, don’t require a download and are committed to their respective themes by showing detailed symbols and nice animations.
State-of-the-art technology and innovative features help keep players engaged for long periods of time and the slots can be very rewarding with a bit of luck. The focus lately has been on HTML5 games given the popularity of the platform, especially when it comes to mobile gaming.