Microgaming has become one of the latest holders of ‘ISO 14001 Certification’ in the iGaming industry after formally receiving recognition from the International Organization for Standardization on 5th June 2020.

The day is celebrated worldwide as World Environment Day or the United Nation’s ‘principal vehicle for encouraging awareness’ and taking action against the pollution of our planet.

The award-winning supplier of online gaming software with headquarters in Douglas, Isle of Man is now part of the operation that provides a framework and assists businesses in establishing an effective management for environment protection.

Microgaming is making an important step towards a long-term commitment.  The supplier’s sustainability vow is already protecting the environment by minimizing global warming, resource depletion, air pollution as well as fulfilling a series of objectives through an extensive target program.

On 31st January, Play’n GO obtained ‘ISO 27001 certification’ for excellence in security while in February, Stalogic confirmed acceptance of the same authentication.

The International Standard in Information Security acknowledges the above brands’ dedication to protecting data and information of the players, lifting their service levels and responsible gaming programs.

Microgaming’s ‘ISO 14001 certification’ will be carried out through state-of-the-art CSR program, known as PlayItForward which endeavors to guide businesses and local communities on the Isle of Man towards a sustainable future with low carbon emissions.

The company’s headquarters in Douglas is among the first office spaces to acquire sustainability from BREEAM, the world’s leading organization for sustainability assessment methods, buildings and infrastructure.

Microgaming recently appointed a full-time environmental co-coordinator and has also invested in electric bikes and annual public bus passes, as well as new waste management solutions.