Intouch Games named Mobile Operator of the Year at the 2021 EGR Operator Awards!

Intouch Games are delighted to announce that we have picked up the hotly contested EGR Award and have been named Mobile Operator of the Year.

We were up against some of the giants of the iGaming industry after being shortlisted for four categories earlier this year.

Regarded as the ‘Oscars’ of the eGaming sector, the EGR Operator Awards reward B2C operators for their hard work over the year.

The award entry was described by the judges as ‘a great submission, very clear and it met all the criteria.’

Ten members of our team headed to the ceremony at Grosvenor House on the 25th November, with the industry coming together for the first time in a long time. The team were extremely proud of the outcome.

Jeffrey Lu, Commercial Business Executive, who attended the event comments, ‘Everyone was ecstatic. The whole table was full of energy and jumped up when the results were announced.’

Simon Wilson, Managing Director of Intouch Games comments ‘I am so thrilled that Intouch Games have been recognised in a number of categories and was awarded Mobile Operator of the Year at the EGR Awards. I am so proud of the whole team, as without their hard work the award wouldn’t be ours, whilst the past 20 months have been challenging in many ways, our team continue to deliver outstanding work.’

Everyone at Intouch Games was so pleased with the result. On Monday our Managing Director treated the team to doughnuts to celebrate.

A huge congratulations must go to the other winners and the shortlisted companies.

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