Judges in the category were impressed by the supplier's consistently strong output of innovative games, featuring vibrant graphics and unique gameplay features, complemented by its pioneering OMNY product, which allows for a truly omni-channel experience.
Törnqvist said: "This is the perfect start for what we expect to be a very constructive week at ICE. Producing quality slots is what we're known for, and although we've greatly expanded our product range of late, this will remain a key priority for us for the foreseeable future.”
"We're sure our display at this year's ICE will appeal to all kinds of casino operator, and this award further confirms our quality offering having already picked up various others in the past few months," added Törnqvist.
The supplier recently announced it has acquired Proactive Gaming Scandinavia AB, which will see it expand its product portfolio into new bingo and other verticals.
Play'n GO is showcasing these new verticals on stand N3-460 at ICE 2018, with delegates able to see how its expanded expertise and gaming provision can benefit both online and land-based casino operations.