Scottish developer Dynamo Games is celebrating after winning the Best Mobile Game trophy at the fourth annual TIGA awards.
Dynamo received the award for Championship Manager 2006, which was released in March. Published by Eidos, it is available on 3, Vodafone Live, Orange and O2.
It's the second TIGA award Dynamo has picked up - last year the developer also won Best Mobile Game for Championship Manager 5.
"Winning the TIGA best mobile game award for Championship Manager 2006, for the second successive year, has been a truly satisfying accolade for the Dynamo team," said Dynamo's Brian McNicoll, adding, "We hope to be challenging for this honour for years to come."
Other award-winners included Philip Oliver, CEO of Blitz Games, who won Best Player. The trophy for Best Developer went to Rebellion, which also scooped Best Handheld or Console Game for Miami Vice, and Revolution Studios received the Best Console and PC Game award for Broken Sword - Angel of Death.
"TIGA has a community of developers who have grown to know each other and respect each other," said CEO Fred Hasson.
"It's one of the benefits of membership, and although in the early years we had to bully and cajole people into getting their forms and votes in, that part of the effort gets less and the number of votes goes up."