Earlier this month, BBIN was honored with a nomination for the International Gaming Awards for the third consecutive year.
BBIN was also bestowed with the ” Australia/Asia Focused Technology Supplier “, marking the third time that BBIN received such an award since 2018.
Since its establishment in 1999, BBIN has been committed to the development of iGaming software systems, providing quality one-stop solutions to its partners. In recent years, BBIN has been nominated or have won many renowned international industrial awards attributing to its brand, technology, and services.
The International Gaming Awards (IGA) is one of the most credible prize-awarding institutions in the gaming industry with a long history. Being the winner of a major award at IGA for the third consecutive year in 2020, this demonstrates that the prize-awarding institution has recognized BBIN as a top system supplier. Moreover, this can be seen as BBIN’s quality and credibility to existing and potential global partners. BBIN will continue to devote itself to the research and development of technology and innovative, forming partnerships with renowned companies in the industry to further consolidate its leading position in Asia’s iGaming industry.
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