The eGaming Review, more commonly known as EGR, has nominated Play’n GO’s Viking Runecraft for its prestigious award of EGR Game of the Year. From Swedish pokies developers, Viking Runecraft is very first 7×7 grid pokies game by Play’n GO.
Play’n GO is well known for its stand out game style and game mechanics. The Viking Runecraft game is said to transport its players to multiple different worlds featuring the Norse Gods of Beauty, Guarding, Thunder and Wisdom. Since its launch on April 27th of this year, at the Brew in Sliemam, Malta, the game has been one that is highly sought after by online gamblers.
The nominated online pokie is said to boast the best quality gameplay, graphics and themes. Other alluring points to this game is its attractive visuals and sounds, the reels that seem to cascade and the unparalleled playability of the casino game.
Along with the Gift of the God bonuses, there are many other unique Godly features such as Charge of Destruction and Ragnarök’s free rounds.
Viking Runecraft by Play’n GO at EGR Operator Awards
The EGR Operator Awards are scheduled to take place at the Grosvenor House in London, on the 26th of October. To which the most prestigious prize of all, the EGR Game of the Year award, will be presented and a winner will be revealed. Those attending the ceremony will be asked to vote for their favourite game through a competitive shortlist, whereby the ultimate winner will be decided.
Johan Törnqvist, the CEO of Play’n GO cannot contain his delight as he expresses that the game has been an absolute hit and that he is so thrilled that it has been nominated for such a prestigious award. He continues by thanking the designers and developers involved in creating the popular game.
On the 6th of February 2017, Play’n GO was awarded the 2017 Slot Provider of the Year accolade. This was held in honour of the 10th International Gaming Awards at the InterContinental London Park Lane.
With so much going for them, we, at Top Aus, truly wish this gaming provider all the best at the EGR Awards this October!