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NEWS 5 January 2016
Self-nominations open for Global Gaming Awards 2016
By Gareth Bracken
The self-nominations window for the Global Gaming Awards 2016 is officially open.

Now in their third year, the Awards will once again consist of 12 industry-wide categories, recognising and rewarding innovation and achievement across both the digital and land-based gaming sectors.

The destination of each award is decided by a panel of 50 judges made up of esteemed industry executives from a range of sectors and geographies.

Judges vote for their winner and runner-up in each category based on a shortlist compiled by an official Nominations Panel alongside the in-house editorial team at Gambling Insider.

Self-nominations from within the industry are welcomed for consideration at the shortlisting stage, with interested parties encouraged to visit globalgamingawards.com to submit their entry.

Organisations or executives can either nominate their own firm, themselves as an individual, or a colleague, for achievements over the previous 12 months.

Winners will be presented with their award during a prestigious Las Vegas presentation ceremony, attended by some of the biggest names in gaming.

NYX Gaming Group has already been confirmed as the Lead Partner of the 2016 event.

The Global Gaming Awards are powered by Gambling Insider and presented to the industry in association with G2E Vegas,

The 2015 Global Gaming Awards were presented during a high profile presentation ceremony in the Titian Ballroom of the Venetian Palazzo Congress Center during G2E Vegas.

Big winners included operator MGM Resorts International, which picked up three awards, as well as providers Scientific Games, IGT and Microgaming, who collected two each.

Click here to submit your self-nominations now!
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