New No-Nonsense Online Casino PlayOJO Takes Home Prestigious Award

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Nov/25/2017

With problem gambling becoming a growing concern in the UK, the implementation of responsible gambling practices has become hugely important in the online gambling industry. As such, online casinos aiming for the top in business practices are committed to being socially responsible by ensuring their customers are provided with a safe, secure, reliable and fair gaming experience. The best of these operators are recognized for setting the standard in the industry by prestigious organizations like EGR Global, which hosts the annual EGR Operator Awards.

The EGR Operator Awards is a special event that rewards excellence in eGaming. It is known as “the Oscars of the eGaming sector”. This year’s EGR Awards 2017 was attended by over 800 industry professionals and attracted the best of the best in the online gambling industry. It recognized B2C operators setting the standard in categories that range from customer service to social responsibility.

Prestigious Industry Award

New UK online casino PlayOJO.com took home one of the EGR’s prestigious industry awards - Rising Star of the Year - at the event which was held on the 26th of October, 2017 at Grosvenor House, London

It is no surprise that PlayOJO was not only nominated for this award but also won it. As the judges at the EGR Awards 2017 pointed out: “The company’s vision of customer fairness and social responsibility is totally on-message. PlayOJO has also showed double-digit growth in player acquisition, site visits and active visitors, while maintaining attractive marketing returns, which is a testament to its unique proposition.”

Furthermore, the operator was also nominated and shortlisted for the Socially Responsible Operator category, which is a huge honour considering the online casino only launched in February of this year. Still, the nomination isn’t exactly a surprise. The company’s dedication to being a fully transparent and “what you see is what you get” type of casino makes them stand out in a crowded marketplace.

One of the many ways in which the company stands out from the competition are PlayOJO’s offering of no wagering requirements. There are no hidden terms and conditions attached to the promotions they offer. Players never have to wager a certain amount of their money before they can withdraw their balance or the money they win fair and square from real money games. PlayOJO has also introduced unique features, such as its OJOplus, where players get real money back on every bet they make, win or lose.

Although Playojo.com is possibly still too young to be nominated for the Operator of the Year award, with their EGR Rising Star of the Year win and being shortlisted for the Socially Responsible Operator category, the brand has certainly cemented its position as a force to be reckoned with in the online casino industry.

We are delighted to have won our first EGR Award,” said Ohad Narkis from PlayOJO, who added the OJO team has “done an incredible job of taking us from new kid on the block to power player in just a few months.”

 

 

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