Connective Games fought off stiff competition from the likes of Microgaming, Playtech and Dragonfish to take home the trophy, which was presented to chief executive officer Serge Mukhanov at the glamorous ceremony held at the Tower of London.
It has been a breakthrough 12 months for Connective Games with six of the top 35 poker rooms in the world using its technology according to PokerScout, while its combined player liquidity means it is the third-largest poker network.
The company generated 20% growth over the judging period, signing two new operators – Baadshakh and Poker Match – to its award-wining online poker platform. Connective Games also launched the its first portrait mode mobile poker client.
Serge Mukhanov, CEO of Connective Games, 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 has 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. Of course, doing this with an EGR Award in our cabinet will add an extra spring to our step!”