Accomplishments and awards granted to the star group are evidently showing that the star group had done great in the past year. The leading poker platform, PokerStars, gained immense applaud by winning Gaming Intelligence Award at ICE London, International Gaming Awards and Global Gaming Awards at London.
Annual ICE London gaming congregation is changing London to a gambling capital of the World. PokerStars got Poker Operator of the Year trophy at The Gaming Intelligence Awards held in February at this gaming conference. Usually, online poker platform always manages to collect rewards throughout the year. But in Gaming Intelligence Awards fate of the players is decided by votes of gaming experts.
ICE London Attracts the Global Gaming Industry
PokerStars won Online Poker Operator of the Year award at the International Gaming Awards and the Global Gaming Awards where a board of 50 gambling experts vote on the companies. Its transparency, justness and the whole process is managed by KPMG Isle of Man.
Moreover, International gaming Awards is superintended by Clever Duck Media. People at the senior management position were also recognized for their tireless efforts throughout the year. The innovators of this industry who populated the chart of Gaming Intelligence Hot 50 names, belonged to The Stars Group.
Productive Year of The Stars Group
Last year the company expanded its areas of influence and became successful which is shown by its eminent position in Australian CrownBet and later in making a mark in BetEasy which solidified its position in Australian market. In March, with a view to combine player pools of William Hill and CrownBet, company signed an agreement for William Hill Holdings Pty Ltd. The Stars Group aims to combine New Jersey sports betting field with an online sports betting brand BetStars. It collaborated with Resorts Casino Hotel and later in November, Canadian giant partnered with Eldorado Resort to provide everyone with an opportunity to experience mobile sports betting. As a result, its offerings expanded to 13 states.