EGR Awards “a recognition of Group’s innovation”
Genesis Global has walked away with another prestigious trophy at this year’s EGR Nordics Awards, taking home the award for the Pay N Play Operator of the Year. Held at the Hilton, Malta on Tuesday 28th January, the EGR Nordics Awards are a yearly celebration of the most successful and innovative online gaming companies operating in the Nordic region.
Fresh from the launch of its eleventh brand, the robot-themed Casoola (which will be available as a PNP casino in some markets), Genesis bagged the Operator of the Year for its successes with a trio of relatively new PNP brands. Spela was launched late in 2018, followed by Pelaa in early 2019, and finally the hipster casino of Kassu, which came to light in November 2019. The three casinos proved to be an instant hit, especially so in the Pay N Play markets where they garnered a substantial following.
Collecting the award on behalf of the group, Genesis Global CEO Ariel Reem said: “I am very proud that we have been named best Pay N Play Operator of the year! It’s an incredible feeling. We’ve started off the new decade in a more than positive way, and I’d like to thank my team for working so well together. Your passion has brought this award to Genesis.”
In addition to the Pay N Play Operator of the year, Genesis has also been nominated as top casino in another five categories. The company aims to expand further by providing innovative content and state-of-the-art technology, while further improving its offer in terms of number of games and providers. The launch of Casoola in February 2020 is “merely the start of what we hope is a long and rewarding journey for the whole Group,” said Reem.
About Genesis Global
Genesis Global Limited was founded in 2014, by a team of experienced and enthusiastic specialists. The innovative company is setting standards for the future – arriving at the forefront of online entertainment by collaborating with skilled and passionate people to bring their ideas to life.