GAMOMAT receives 2023 Great Place to Work award

By Simon Wright Mar 13, 2023

GAMOMAT, a leading independent software developers for slot games, was voted among the “Best Employers Berlin-Brandenburg” and “Best Employers in ITC” for 2023 on Thursday last week in Cologne, Germany.

As a Great Place to Work®, GAMOMAT achieved an impressive ranking of 9th in “Best Employer in ITC” and a sensational 5th place for Berlin-Brandenburg. These recognitions solidify the company’s reputation as a value-oriented organisation that values and appreciates its employees.

The evaluation process for the “Best Employers” awards is voluntary and independent. GAMOMAT’s employees were surveyed anonymously to assess important aspects such as leadership, trust, recognition, support, care, cooperation, team spirit, and identification with the company.

Additionally, the company’s management shared information about their personnel and management approaches and how they measure the impact.

Commenting on the award, Dr Alexandra Krone, Managing Director of GAMOMAT Development GmbH said: “I am pleased that we once again achieved such a strong position in the Great Place to Work® standings and we are seen as an attractive environment for employees in the industry.”

“Our recipe for success is very simple: respectful interaction, promotion of individual skills and lived diversity.”

GAMOMAT’s latest recognition highlights the company’s ongoing commitment to providing an exceptional workplace culture that values diversity, individual skill development, and respectful interactions. The company’s success as a Great Place to Work® serves as a testament to its dedication to being a reliable and appreciative industry employer.

Simon Wright

Simon Wright has been both a player and an observer of the online casino industry for over 15 years. His knowledge of the online casino industry – to include sports is massive. Not many folks have the experience or his knowledge about online gambling. His adoration of football is also noted. He has painted his house blue (Chelsea) and annoys his neighbors with local football songs on game days.