The Global Gaming Awards are back

30/7/2021

It’s another successful year for award-winning casino games provider Red Tiger Gaming. The provider’s popular video slot, Gonzo’s Quest Megaways online slot, was recently crowned the Casino Product of the Year at the 2021 Global Gaming Awards. The provider released the sequel after the original Gonzo’s Quest online slot from NetEnt pulled in a huge fan base, spreading its popularity across the globe. Red Tiger jumped on the hype by upgrading the original with Big Time Gaming’s renowned Megaways mechanic. 

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Red Tiger Bags the Product of the Year Award

Once again, the Gambling Insider’s Global Gaming Awards are back to crown the crème Del a crème in the busy iGaming industry. The esteemed event took place in London, where a panel of industry-leading CEOs and executives were in attendance to make votes KPMG arbitrated. A self-nomination window and contribution from the Gambling Insider’s team and a Nominations Panel saw the judges confirm that Red Tiger’s Gonzo’s Quest Megaways video slot is the worthy taker of the Product of the Year award. The Global Gaming Awards are held twice a year, and this year’s ceremony took place in London while the next is planned to happen in Las Vegas.

NetEnt’s original Gonzo’s Quest slot game was the first to incorporate avalanche symbols that slot fanatics were thrilled about. Nonetheless, the sequel’s Megaways mechanic licensed by Big Time Gaming saw the Red Tiger product become a fan favorite. The game earns Red Tiger Gaming the Casino Product of the Year award for the second year in a row. 

A Statement from Evolution Gaming’s Commercial Director

Gavin Hamilton, Evolution Gaming’s Commercial Director, had this to say about the product of the year:

“Players have been telling us from day one that Gonzo’s Quest Megaways is a winner, and we are delighted the panel of judges has now confirmed that. The award is a fitting reward for the hardworking teams not only in NetEnt and Red Tiger Gaming but with our great friends at Big Time Gaming, who deserve credit where it’s due.”

The high-profile software provider Evolution Gaming acquired both NetEnt and Red Tiger Gaming in 2020 and is planning to acquire Big Time Gaming this year. The giant provider partners with a range of reputable studios to release top-notch offerings, and it is no surprise to see its name among the big winners in the 2021 Global Gaming Awards. Evolution Gaming scooped the Online Casino Supplier of the year award, joining the award winners like Red Tiger Gaming and NetEnt. They bagged the Product Launch of the Year with its Divine Fortune Megaways Video slot.

Our Thought on the Judges’ Decision 

A panel of esteemed judges and a strict assessment against a range of popular slots declared that Red Tiger Gaming’s Gonzo’s Quest Megaways video slot had impacted the iGaming industry the most in the past 12 months. The game saw Red Tiger add another award to its large trophy cabinet after taking last year’s similar award. Red Tiger Gaming is a promising provider that runs under a Malta Gaming Authority license and has been running since 2014. 

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