London, England - Russia’s Connective Games was recently named Best Poker Software Supplier at the 2019 EGR B2B Awards. They beat globally known suppliers such as Microgaming, Dragonfish, and Playtech.
The past 12 months have been a breakthrough period for Connective Games, with six of the world’s top poker rooms using its technology. At present, their combined player liquidity makes it the third largest poker network. Over the judging period for the EGR Awards, the company was able to sign two new operators--Poker Match and Baadshakh--and generate a 20% growth. They also launched their first portrait mode mobile poker client during that period.
Connective Games Chief Executive Officer Serge Mukhanov, who received the trophy at the awards ceremony, said: “We are thrilled to have been crowned Poker Software Supplier of the Year and to be recognised for the hard work and dedication we have put into designing and developing our award-winning poker platform and service offering.”
“The past 12 months have been truly transformational for the business as well as our operator partners, and we look forward to driving even more growth and enjoying greater success over the coming 12 months,” Mukhanov added. “Of course, doing this with an EGR award in our cabinet will add an extra spring to out step!”
Established in 2006, Connective Games has been supplying the industry with such software as casino content, platforms, and multiplayer card games for more than 12 years. They specialise in developing highly-localised products, ensuring quality by taking into account the respective peculiarities of every market they work with. This helps them stay competitive in the global arena.
At present, they are the powerhouse team behind some of the world’s best poker rooms, including PokerDom and the Aconcagua Poker Network. They have also provided software to various Indian companies in the past, including PokerNinja and MadOverPoker.
One of the companies that currently use software provided by Connective Games is Indian provider Spartan Poker. A testament to the quality of work delivered by the Connective Games team is the fact that Spartan Poker itself was nominated in the Poker Network category, although they eventually lost to Dragonfish.
In an interview with Gutshot, Spartan Poker CEO and Co-founder Amin Rozani said: “It’s an honour to be nominated in this awards category by such a prestigious brand like EGR. It motivates us to keep going and always give our players the best experience in online poker in India.”
The EGR B2B Awards was back this year with new categories. The awarding ceremony took place on the evening of June 25 at the Tower of London. Awards were given across a wide variety of categories, including mobile, networks, betting and gaming software, recruitment, payments, and IT and infrastructure, among others.
Electronic Gaming Review (EGR), which is more commonly called E-Gaming Review, is the leading information and networking group of the online gaming industry. EGR Global hosts an annual awards ceremony, which recognises the industry’s best service providers, as well as the achievements of the world’s best gaming suppliers.