Playson is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a ‘Big Play is On’ charity tournament.
Having a significant number of Ukrainians in its team, the company wants to celebrate its 10-year anniversary by providing entertainment in the form of a charitable event that gives back to six Ukraine-based charities: Prytula Foundation, Come Back Alive, Tabletochki, Be Kind, Dobro and Enjoying Life.
All participants can join the 10-hour tournament at any time, between the hours of 12am-10pm (CET). The ten highest scoring participants will receive a €1,000 donation which will be transferred to the charity of their choice. To thank members for their contribution, the top ten will also receive Amazon gift cards worth $100.
Since its inception in 2012, Playson has achieved significant commercial growth, establishing itself as one of the most prominent suppliers in the iGaming industry. It now boasts a network of operator partners in more than 20 regulated markets across the globe, with more than 1,500 active operators.
Alex Ivshin, CEO of Playson, commented: “It’s been a wonderful ten years, the journey from our launch to the present day has been filled with moments of huge success and joy. We’re thrilled to have cemented ourselves as a supplier that offers quality, high performing titles, which consistently produce results for our partners.
“We’re keen to push on and take Playson to the next level, enhancing our offering and support to operators. We want to thank all of our partners that have been alongside during this journey, and we can’t wait to continue our solid relationship in the next ten years.
“As a company with many employees based in Ukraine, we’re always thinking about them and won’t stop exploring ways in which we can help communities during this current situation.
“Several of our employees have volunteered and donated throughout this turbulent time, and now we want to act as a company and deliver much-needed funds to a host of wonderful Ukrainian organisations. We hope our partners and fans will enjoy the tournament and help us extend a helping hand to those suffering in Ukraine.”