Paf wins award for sustainability efforts
Swedish operator Paf has been named Sweden’s most responsible gaming company.
Paf won the prize in the Sustainability category at the Swedish Gambling Awards. Paf Deputy CEO Daniela Johansson was also the winner in the Leadership category.
From 40 submissions 11 finalists were selected in three award categories at the Swedish Gambling Awards. Paf won the award in the Sustainability category and Paf’s Deputy CEO Daniela Johansson won the award in the Leadership category.
“We are particularly happy to win the Sustainability award. It is proof that Paf is the industry leader in both gaming and social responsibility. Once again this year we have taken major steps to improve our focus on gaming responsibility and our reduced loss limit combined with our openness is something that has made the jury stand up and take notice,” says Paf’s Paf’s Deputy CEO Daniela Johansson.
An independent jury consisting of seven people with long experience and knowledge from sustainability, gaming responsibility, marketing and leadership selected all finalists and winners.
“We received a lot of very interesting entries this year and it was a long jury process. The winners have looked at some serious issues, listened to their customers and the market and found good solutions,” says Thomas Nilsson, chairman of the Swedish Gambling Award as reported in Sper’s press release.
The jury’s motivation for choosing the winner in the sustainability category reads:“A sustainable gaming industry requires transparency, openness and honesty. Many people say they work to combat gambling addiction, but few dare to show what it actually looks like in real numbers, let alone deny themselves the revenue that others say yes to. Paf is leading the way – and for that they absolutely deserve to win this year’s award in the category.”