mGaming Awards Adds Microgaming to Sponsors List

Microgaming has been announced as a sponsor for the upcoming mGaming Awards. iGaming Business has announced that online gaming software developer, Microgaming , has been added to the list of sponsors for the events which will take place on April 25.

The mGaming Summit, which brings together brands, operators, marketing agencies, suppliers, rights holders, federations and payment and billing services, will be held at The King’s Fund in London. iGaming Business has worked together with SportsBusiness Group and WorldTelemedia to create the event. The mGaming Awards will end off the evening.

“We are delighted to support the mGaming Summit,” announced Neill Whyte, Head of Product Channels at Microgaming.

“We have been at the forefront of mobile technology within the iGaming industry for a number of years and continue to stay ahead of the game. The event allows us to be ideally placed to meet and greet existing operators and to discuss the key issues that are driving mobile gaming. We are looking forward to the conference and to our sponsorship of the evening drinks and awards.”

Microgaming is a fitting sponsor for the iGaming Summit. As iGaming Business said when they described Microgaming as ‘the largest software and technology provider for the online gaming market with over 15 years of experience,’ the company’s involvement in the event is expected to enhance the experience of the delegates who are present.

The one-day, iGaming Summit is dedicated to the mobile gambling industry and rewards those companies that have excelled in the market. Short-listed nominees for the best mobile sports betting operator award include William Hill, Paddy Power, Betfair, Betfred, Bwin.party, Bet365, Sky Bet and Bet Victor. The event will also award innovation in mobile, best mobile casino operator, best mobile poker operator, best mobile bingo operator, best gambling app and best mobile billing application.