PlayOJO Collect Casino Of The Year Award
All details below were correct when published on 28th November 2017. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.
2017, especially the last couple of months, has been a busy year for online gambling operators. Initially many were focused on yet more taxation changes with bonuses and freebets coming under the spotlight. However, many weren’t prepared with the media interest in advertising of gambling online and The UKGC’s desire to sort out bonus and wagering terms. Sitting pretty though are PlayOJO, the first online casino to adopt no wagering terms, and they’re sitting even prettier after collecting a couple of iGaming Awards.
Fast-growing online casino operator, PlayOJO, has added more silverware to its trophy cabinet after being crowned Casino of the Year at Malta’s iGaming Awards. The operator, which is powered by popular software provider SkillOnNet, fought off stiff competition to take home the gong.
Rising Star Of The Year
The recognition comes just weeks after PlayOJO picked up its first EGR Award – for Rising Star of the Year – at the industry bible’s prestigious Operator Awards 2017 in London. Ohad Narkis, from PlayOJO, said: “We are delighted to have been named Casino Operator of the Year at the Malta iGaming Awards.
“Despite launching less than a year ago, we have already made a significant impact on the industry by taking the player experience to the next level. This award recognises the hard work and dedication of the PlayOJO team, and I’d like to thank the judges for rewarding our achievements and successes in this way.”
Money Back On Every Bet
Since going live in February, this disruptive challenger brand, has already made a big impression in the UK market with its unique approach to responsible gambling. Its innovative OJOplus offering rewards players with money back on every bet – whether they win or lose – which can be withdrawn into their wallet at any time.
In an industry first, all bonuses and rewards come with no wagering requirements, so what players see is what they get – it’s that simple.