Novomatic, the No.1 gaming technology company in Europe, takes home its third ‘Casino Supplier of the Year’ award at Global Gaming Awards London 2020. The fiat and Bitcoin software provider beat nine other international gaming companies for the title, including Scientific Games and Aristocrat.
Harald Neumann, CEO of Novomatic, accepted the award at the Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square, London. In his gratitude speech, Neumann mentioned the company’s achievements on its 40th anniversary: “To us, being named ‘Casino Supplier of the Year’ for the third year in a row is a very special confirmation of our achievements as a reliable and innovative international technology provider. We could not have hoped for a better start to our 40th anniversary year.”
Novomatic’s Award-Winning Products
Novomatic’s new innovations feature the most advanced technologies for modern fiat and Bitcoin casino solutions, online betting, sports betting, and payment solutions. Its current portfolio on display for 2020 showcases product range with single titles and multi-game editions for online casinos.
Novomatic’s 2019-2020 slot games portfolio offers a wide variety of standalone and linked progressive jackpot titles through Greentube, the company’s interactive division. Its Enchanted Fortunes Linked Jackpot, Magic Joker Jackpot, Prize of Nile, and Prized Panda are well-loved by many online casino gamblers and partner operators. On other categories, Novomatic and Greentube also have interactive table games, video poker, and video bingo.
About Global Gaming Awards
Global Gaming Awards is the biggest award-giving body in the land-based and digital gaming community. Every year, it invites international and regional gaming technology companies to fight for the 16 categories that recognize their product and service innovations.
This 2020, there were 175 nominated candidates for the 16 categories. The biggest names in the industry went head to head for the Casino Supplier of the Year, Online Casino of the Year, Betting Shop of the Year, Retail Supplier of the Year, and Chief Executive of the Year awards. Novomatic and Evolution Gaming were some of the multi-awarded candidates.
The panel that decided the fates of the candidates featured 50 of the world’s leading industry experts, including Ebbe Groes of EveryMatrix, Johan Tornqvist of Play’n Go, John Coleman of Microgaming, Walter Bugno of IGT, and Therese Hillman of NetEnt.