Scientific Games receives Platform of the Year Recognition at EGR B2B Awards

Scientific Games Corporation cemented its position as a leading supplier to the iGaming industry after receiving the Platform of the Year award at the EGR B2B Awards 2019.

The prestigious ceremony, held at the Tower of London on June 25, honored the service providers across the online gaming industry that have achieved exceptional commercial success and innovation during the previous 12 months.

The judging panel was impressed with Scientific Games’ commitment to delivering first-rate user experiences, driven by the company’s proven platform capabilities and constant product upgrades to meet the needs of operators across the globe. The Company’s Open Gaming System (OGS) and Open Platform System (OPS) together form one of the industry’s most reliable and scalable iGaming platforms, offering customer access to thousands of game titles and streamlined player and account management tools.

Jordan Levin, group chief executive at Scientific Games, said: “We’re incredibly proud to have claimed the title of Platform of the Year at the 2019 EGR B2B Awards. We have been very busy as we continue to evolve our product offering and receiving this industry recognition is a testament to the hard work put in by the entire team.

“Innovation and collaboration are at the heart of everything we do, and this award marks the success of our investment to bring world-class entertainment to players and help our partners enjoy business growth.”

Winning Platform of the Year underpins Scientific Games’ leading gaming platform proposition, with its Open Gaming System (OGS) utilized by over 130 customers all over the world, with access to more than 2,000 games from the world’s leading game providers.

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