Euro Games Technology (EGT) announced it will compete for the prize in the Casino Supplier of the year category in the 6th consecutive edition of Global Gaming Awards London 2023 (GGA). The competition aims to recognize and reward the top performers in the gaming industry during the previous 12 months.
EGT was shortlisted for its “significant contribution in creating exceptional and dynamic gaming floors,” the company said. The Bulgarian manufacturer has recorded “an extremely strong year,” having made successful installations of its latest products in many gaming establishments around the world.
Among the company’s best-performing developments is the jackpot Bell Link, which EGT says has quickly gained momentum with titles of the eponymous multigame mix, containing one of the most popular titles in the company’s portfolio, as well as its numerous options for additional winnings and bonuses.
2 Happy Hits, High Cash and Cai Fu Tian Jiang jackpot systems also had their debut last year. Featuring single games on exotic themes and multiple options for winning, “they made a great impression on players,” the firm noted. “9 Crystal Bonanza is one more jackpot solution that will unfold its potential in the near future,” EGT added.
The models from EGT’s newest General Series of slot cabinets also “quickly became favorites” of casino visitors. “Compelling evidence of this fact is that for several years already some of the largest and most luxurious establishments in Mexico have special areas, the so-called Lounges, that are supplied only with EGT equipment, a large part of which are the machines from this line,” the company stated.
Nadia Popova, VP Sales & Marketing at EGT, commented: “We are very happy that we received a nomination in the Casino Supplier of the year category because our portfolio includes a rich variety of well-established gaming products and services that enjoy the recognition from the industry experts on a global level.”
The Global Gaming Awards London gives prizes in 16 categories, which cover both the land-based and digital aspects of the industry. The judging panel consists of C-level executives from the biggest gaming companies, including manufacturers, suppliers, casino operators, and experts. The winners will be announced on a ceremony on February 6.