Towards the end of last week, internet technology service provider Continent 8 Technologies and online gaming software provider Microgaming received recognition and accolades at the eGaming Review B2B Industry Awards.
Isle of Man-headquartered Continent 8 Technologies was named Data Centre of the Year for the fourth time in a row. Its commitment and investment in delivering products and services tailored for the eGaming sector, new data centers in Dublin and Guernsey (to host Alderney licensed operators and software), as well as an increased Global Private Network and enhanced product offerings were the main factors in the decision to give this award to Continent 8 Technologies.
Expressing joy because of the new recognition, Nick Nally, Chief Development Officer at Continent 8 Technologies said: “Continent 8 is honoured to be recognised in this category once again. Our continued success is underpinned by a dedication to customer service, and we will continue to build on our global footprint, network, services and people to support our expanding customer base."
As for online gaming software provider Microgaming, it got three awards - Poker Software of the Year, Innovation in RNG Casino Software and Innovation in Bingo awards. Also, it was Highly Commended in the Live Casino Supplier of the Year category.
The company was shortlisted for nine awards which included one nomination for Microgaming-powered Quickfire, thus implying how big a player is the company in this domain.
“It is always nice to receive recognition for our software, and the hard work and commitment that goes into developing our innovative gaming solutions. To obtain an award for three different products, Casino, Poker and Bingo, highlights our dedication to consistently provide the best gaming software across all products and all platforms,” commented Roger Raatgever, chief executive officer of Microgaming.