|Gambling.com Magazine’s High Rollers Awards Winners Announced!|
April 20, 2007 (London, UK) - To celebrate its first Anniversary, Gambling.com magazine has held its inaugural High Roller Awards and the results have been announced.
A wide-ranging poll was conducted in the Platinum Member’s arena at Gambling.com. During the poll, over 10,000 votes were cast.
Intercasino.com was crowned winner in the ‘Favourite Casino’ category for its superior range of games and excellent customer service. Goldenpalace.com and 888.com were voted favourite runners-up.
In the ‘Favourite Poker Room’ category, Everest Poker, who has stormed the poker world in recent months, ran away with 1st prize and honourable mentions were awarded to established sites MANSION Poker and PartyPoker.
For the ‘Best Sportsbook’ award, well-respected US bookmakers Pinnacle nabbed the top honours. Pinnacle has established itself as the place to go for shrewd punters and our readers were obviously impressed with their wide and varied sportsbook. Bodog and online giant William Hill followed close on Pinnacle’s heels in the two runner-up spots.
“We are delighted and proud to be celebrating our 1st birthday with these prestigious awards” said President Tim Rosenberg. “Through our industry-leading search engine, Gambling.com Platinum Members have access to the very best operators and websites. As a result, we feel our members are better placed than anyone else to decide on the winners of the High Rollers Awards.”
Gambling.com Magazine is distributed across the UK, Europe, Canada and Asia, with a readership of over 18,000.
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