The award was given to the company for producing vibrant and feature rich games, which have proven to be popular among punters at different online casinos. The news comes after the company revealed that they've purchased Proactive Gaming Scandinavia, which will allow it it to further develop casino and bingo games. Play'n Go CEO Johan Tornqvist was at the show and accepted the award on behalf of his company.
"This is the perfect start for what we expect to be a very constructive week at ICE," Tornqvist said. "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."