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Global Gaming Awards London 2022: full Shortlist announced

The Global Gaming Awards London 2022 ceremony is just a little over a month away and we are pleased to announce that the full Shortlist is now ready and available to read.

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The Global Gaming Awards London 2022 ceremony is just a little over a month away and we are pleased to announce that the full Shortlist is now ready and available to read.

The Global Gaming Awards recognise and reward the leading companies and most dynamic individuals to have made their mark in the global gaming industry in the past year. The London event celebrates companies’ success outside of the Americas region.

“This year’s Shortlist is proof that the gaming industry is strong and that it can thrive no matter the circumstances,” said Julian Perry, Editor-in-Chief of Gambling Insider.

“In their nominations, we have seen companies quote their strong financial results, and impressive number of new product launches amongst other things. Additionally, the land-based casino sector has been up and running again, meaning that we can hopefully leave the COVID-19 pandemic behind us very soon,” he added.

As per usual the Shortlist was decided following a long and rigorous process of self-nominations. Additionally, independent industry experts and consultants were asked to submit recommendations across the 15 categories.

This year’s winners are chosen by 60 C-level industry executives, with KPMG in the Crown Dependencies independently adjudicating the process to ensure full fairness and transparency.

“KPMG’s commitment to and involvement with this sector is, I believe, unparalleled and that is why we so welcome the opportunity to support the Global Gaming Awards,” said Micky Swindale, Partner, KPMG Global Gaming Team.

“The combination of a thorough selection process, a highly distinguished panel of Judges, and the organisers’ commitment to independent verification of the Judges’ decisions, means any company or individual that makes it to the final Shortlist should be extremely proud,” she added.

The winners will be announced at an invite-only ceremony at London’s Hippodrome Casino on 11 April. The event will also be live-streamed on globalgamingawards.com/london for those who can’t be present.

The Global Gaming Awards are powered by Gambling Insider and this year’s category sponsors are: Smartico, Altenar, Felix Gaming, AstroPay, Pronet Gaming, EGT Interactive, Sporting Solutions, Digitain, Softswiss, BGaming, Gaming Solutions, Neosurf, Stakelogic, Trust Payments, Bragg Gaming.

“Hard work, success and commitment will be celebrated at the Global Gaming Awards London 2022. We are happy to meet our peers at such a major gathering and we wish the best of luck to all nominees,” said Vigen Badalyan, Founder and CEO of BetConstruct, the lead partner of the Global Gaming Awards London 2022.

The full Shortlist is now available to read on https://www.gamblinginsider.com/magazine/gga-london-shortlist-2022 and on the page-turner below.




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