Here are the winners of the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2021!

By Gambling Insider

After a thorough voting process, the winners of this year’s Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2021 were revealed at a ceremony at Sands Expo on Monday afternoon, featuring some of the biggest names in gaming.

Industry figures from across the gaming world led the voting process, before they were adjudicated by KPMG.

Previous winner Evolution landed top spot in the Digital Industry Supplier category after a fantastic year, followed by Scientific Games and Kambi.

Meanwhile, MGM Resorts International also impressed, with its jointly owned sportsbook, BetMGM, earning the Digital Operator Award, while coming in as runners up in both the Responsible Business of the Year and Customer Loyalty Program.

Of all the nominees, Aristocrat saw the most success in this year’s Awards, landing three including Land-based Industry Supplier, Slot of the Year, and Land-based Product of the year, with its In the Clear product.

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians was recognized as the year’s most responsible business after spending 2021 giving back to the community and contributing to charitable causes.

Gambling Insider COO, Julian Perry, said: “A huge congratulations to this year’s winners, as well as a massive thank you to everyone who took part and helped make an in-person award ceremony a possibility.

“As the world begins to return to a sense of normalcy our industry has shown itself to be a resilient one; and I’m sure we will all be back next year for another round of the Awards.”

For the full list of winners and runners-up, visit the Gaming America website; for a full breakdown of the nominees you can see our GGA Shortlist magazine on the Global Gaming Awards website.


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