Shortlist decided for Global Gaming Awards London 2021

After months of anticipation, the final Shortlist for the Global Gaming Awards London 2021 has been decided.


During an unprecedented year for the gaming industry, both suppliers and operators have been tested to the limit.

This year’s Global Gaming Awards London recognises the efforts of those who have worked tirelessly to survive and thrive in the EMEA region under such difficult conditions. The event has 14 categories including the brand new category, Product Launch of the year.

Due to the fact that many land-based casinos in Europe were especially hard hit during the pandemic, celebrating success in this category couldn’t reflect a level playing field, and wouldn’t be appropriate, so the Casino of the year category is paused for this year.

All shortlisted companies will be contacted in the next couple of weeks – so keep an eye on your inbox.

The full Shortlist magazine will be available in May, but in the meantime, if you want to celebrate your nominations on your social channels, you can do so by using the hashtag #GGA2021 and we’ll reshare your posts.

The Global Gaming Awards London are powered by Gambling Insider and independently adjudicated by KPMG. BetConstruct is the Lead Partner of the Awards and category sponsors include Pronet Gaming, Kalamba Games, Singular, 1xBet, Altenar, Digitain and Fast Track.

A panel of 50 CEOs from the industry will decide the winners with KPMG monitoring the entire voting process to ensure full transparency and fairness. Winners will be announced virtually on 28 June, but more details on this will follow soon.

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