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Casino Technology Receives Innovation Award

Casino Technology Receives Innovation Award

Bulgarian slot manufacturer Casino Technology was given an award at the ICE Totally Gaming trade show last month honoring the company for “Sustained Innovation” in recognition of its innovations in gaming.

The award was presented by Ian Hughes, vice president of global services for Gaming Laboratories International, to Milo Borissov, founder and president of Casino Technology. The ceremony took place during the Casino Technology press conference at the company’s stand at ICE.

As the first Eastern European company to achieve a breakthrough in gaming markets worldwide, Casino Technology was recognized for its customer-dedicated innovations in the region and advocating for gaming regulations and fair play.

“Casino Technology has always been on the forefront working with the industry to promote professionalism and highest industry standards,” said Hughes. “The company actively embraced and supported gaming regulations long before most companies in the region, advocating for technical standards and a level playing field. Now, Casino Technology once again demonstrates its innovative spirit transferring its successful experience from land-based business to online gaming.”

“For us this award is both a recognition for our efforts and an impetus to continue to promote the highest professional and technological standards in the gaming industry helping to improve its image worldwide,” said Borissov.

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