On May 16th the 10th edition of Women in gaming (WIG) is going down at The Savoy Hotel in London. The WIG awards do more than celebrate the women in the iGaming industry. In fact, WIG emphasises on diversity and employee well-being. But, first and foremost, the night shines the spotlight on the most influential, women in the industry.
So, let’s examine some of the nominations. And which companies deserve some special recognition in its efforts in creating a fantastic work environment. After all, we all know that a company’s culture and employees’ satisfaction always reflects on the quality of its product. And of course, on the end user too.
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All and all, this year’s WIG award has 21 different categories. WIG gives both individuals and companies the chance to shine. In essence, companies can pick up awards for things like the best in House initiative and Internal Communications. But surely most organisation hope to win Company of the Year, and Best Place to Work at.
However, since the evening is all about women, it’s likely that the most attractive nominations are Star of the Future, Positive Role Model, and Industry Achiever of the Year. In the end, winning one of these awards is an excellent springboard for anyone’s career.
Although it’s too early to name any winners. We can still take a look at some of the companies and individuals nominated. In essence, Microgaming has 18 chances at a trophy. Play’n GO, on the other hand, has 6 chances at taking home an award. And VideoSlots with its 4 nominations for leader, inspiration, innovation, and achiever of the year also has a good chance to walk away with a trophy. As you can see the competition is ferocious, and only the best and the brightest will shine on this night to remember. So stay tuned for the results.