Europe’s leading publisher of free-to-play online games, Gameforge, was honored at the 2011 International Business Awards. The company won an International Stevie Award for the game portal Gameforge.com, and also received a Distinguished Honoree medal for Star Trek: Infinite Space.
Gameforge.com was originally known as MMOGame.com, but rebranded earlier this year. In the process, Gameforge has accumulated a sizeable user base with over 200 million registered members.
According to the press release:
The International Stevie Awards, nicknamed Stevie for the Greek word “crowned,” are some of the most coveted recognitions for businesses worldwide. In 2009, Gameforge received a Stevie Award for the Most Innovative Company of the Year in Europe and was a finalist for Best New Product of the Year for its Mediterranean-themed free browser-based game, Ikariam. Judged by a panel of more than 200 business leaders, the Stevie Awards is conferred upon nominees that receive the highest scores by votes in each category.
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