Rootz Announced as WiG Diversity Awards 2023 Finalists

Rootz continues to achieve international acclaim with the announcement that the company has been named as a finalist in two categories in the Women in Gaming Diversity Awards 2023.

Following on from the achievement of securing the title of Slots Operator of the Year at the International Gaming Awards 2023, the company seems set to continue its success trajectory across its platforms that include Wildz, Wheelz, Caxino, Spinz and Chipz.

The two categories in which Rootz has gained recognition in this prestigious round of accolades are:

Best Diverse Place To Work

HR Champion Award

Both of these underpin that Rootz has a rock solid commitment to workforce support and development that is both inward and outward looking.

The title of Best Diverse Place to Work is a fiercely-contested accolade that relies on the winner having a "set of values that has led to a committed, effective, motivated and diverse workforce". Rootz has a strong foundation in employee wellbeing that, in turn, contributes to team-based achievements.

The second nomination for which Rootz has been announced as a finalist is for the title HR Champion Award, with Rootz Head of HR Christine Hili once again being recognised for her exceptional approach to holistic workforce development. Christine, with her team, has developed a cohesive framework for people management that encompasses every element of employee engagement, from the recruitment of best-in-industry specialists to providing supportive platforms for success.

Within the context of a company with an international footprint, Rootz consistently seeks to build an inclusive and diverse team of gaming professionals from all over the world.

The winners of the Women in Gaming Diversity Awards 2023 will be announced at a stylish event in London on 8 June.