Microgaming shortlisted for Social Responsibility Award

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The powerhouse iGaming developer and supplier is shortlisted for a prestigious award

Announced through LinkedIn, Microgaming announced that they have been shortlisted for the Social Responsibility Award at the prestigious Global Gaming Awards (GGA) London 2022.

The GGA is one of the most prestigious awards within the iGaming industry with over 15 awards including Casino of the Year and Casino Supplier of the Year - but the most recognised and admired award is the Social Responsibility Award.

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Who is Microgaming

If you didn't know already, Microgaming is one of the biggest slot developers within the iGaming industry with online slots such as Mega Moolah, Immortal Romance and Jurassic World to name a few.

They are also known for supplying game software to leading operators and a huge range of progressive jackpots a lucky player winning €3.9 million on Mega Moolah Goddess.

PlayItForward

Launched in 2014, Microgaming decided to invest over £1.8 million into corporate social responsibility. This is a staff-led initiative that is active throughout the community supporting the arts and a diverse range of community events near the Isle of Man.

Just in 2019 alone, over 100 staff volunteer to support good causes with over 20 community events receiving the support of Microgaming such as Victim Support IOM.

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"Committed to giving back," says Microgaming

"We’ve been committed to giving back to the local community on the Isle of Man since our arrival over 20 years ago," stated Microgaming on LinkedIn in a statement. "Our CSR programme PlayItForward is very close to our hearts and we’re incredibly proud of what our hard work has achieved."

Microgaming finished with: "Long may our volunteers power positive change for people, places and planet."

Hopefully, the studio will win the Social Responsibility Award for all their hard work and we'll see more of these acts from other studios.