Jackpotjoy has won the Online Bingo Operator of the Year award!
JPJ Group plc (the “Company”) is delighted to announce that its Jackpotjoy subsidiary has been named “Online Bingo Operator of the Year” for two years running at this prestigious event.
Jackpotjoy is a innovative and award winning online casino operator that has been chosen as the best in product offering, with an active playing community.
We’re thrilled to be receiving this award for a second year in row! It’s an honor that our hard work has been recognized by those who know what makes good gaming sites like ours successful. We would like apologize once more, however, because there isn’t enough space here on stage – but thank you from all of us at Jackpotjoy Operations Incorporated!
Awards for the best in gaming are at last here! These prestigious prizes were founded by an influential trade outlet, Gambling Insider. They include industry-expert nomination panels and judges covering every sector of this dynamic industry to show us their new ideas on how we play our favorite games today – with exciting divisions still coming out all over thier surfaces each day too!
JPJ Group has been around since the early 2000s and they’re still going strong. They have a variety of brands under them, including InterCasino, Vera&John, Jackpotjoy, Starspins and Botemania which is where most people will find bingo games offered online by this company! If you want more information about what it means when someone says “ JPJ Group” then head over to www.jpjgroup.com!
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