Videoslots’ Sini Rantala scoops WiG award

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Sini Rantala, content writer for online casino Videoslots.com, has won the Hidden Talent of the Year at The Women in Gaming Awards 2017.

 

The Finnish Content Writer was presented with the prestigious title at a ceremony held at the Savoy Hotel, London, on 12th May, 2017.

Rantala was initially nominated by Videoslots due to her working manner, in which she excels in her role of creating content relevant to Finnish customers and the company claims her professionalism and creativity in translating and appropriating foreign content into Finnish was highly-regarded by the judging panel.

Rantala said: “It is an honour just to have been put forward for Hidden Talent of the Year by my colleagues, and I am so proud to have won this award in a field of such inspiring women.

“The enjoyable working environment at Videoslots provides the platform to be creative and innovative in our various roles and I look forward to many more years with the team.”

Simon Copperstone, Head of Content at Videoslots.com, said: “Sini is an inspiration for her peers at Videoslots and in the wider industry as she goes about her role with creativity and professionalism.

“She is a great asset to our team and this award is testament to her commitment across all areas of her job.”

Alexander Stevendahl, CEO at Videoslots.com, said: “We are proud of Sini, and all our other fantastic team members at Videoslots who are helping us lead the way in the online casino industry.”

The WIGs were founded in 2010 to highlight and promote the exceptional contribution female employees have made to their own businesses and the gaming industry.

Videoslots added that it has championed its female employees since its founding, and is set to grow its burgeoning staff with many roles currently available in its Malta office as it expands its business operations.


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