Optimal wins industry accolade at International Gaming Awards

Online payments provider Optimal Payments has been awarded the title of Corporate Services Supplier of the year at the International Gaming Awards in London.

Online payments provider Optimal Payments has been awarded the title of Corporate Services Supplier of the year at the International Gaming Awards in London.

In addition to winning the category, the company was also nominated as Payment Solutions Provider of the Year.

The AIM-listed company is currently exhibiting at ICE Totally Gaming 2013, the world's largest gaming show, in London, where it will sponsor the exhibition's Fire and Ice Party.

Martin Leroux, Chief Business Development Officer of Optimal Payments, said "ICE Totally Gaming represents a major opportunity for Optimal to showcase its industry-leading solutions to the gaming industry. We continue to invest in developing innovative solutions for our merchants that bridge the real and online worlds, providing an offering that is best-in-class for payments combined with sophisticated fraud and risk management tools. We're looking forward to a great year in 2013, and thank all our existing customers for their continuing support."

Optimal Pay's share price was down 1.79% to 137p at 11:41 on Tuesday.

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