BetConstruct confirmed as lead partner for Global Gaming Awards 2017

By Tom Lewis
The Global Gaming Awards are proud to announce that dominant single platform software provider BetConstruct will be its lead partner for 2017.

Over the last few years the Global Gaming Awards has gone from strength to strength, with over 60 of the industry’s most respected leaders as judges. We are looking forward to rewarding the gaming industry’s best across both land-based and digital.

Vahe Baloulian. CEO at BetConstruct commented: "Throughout the years BetConstruct has grown into a major force in the gaming industry, pushing the boundaries and defying the status quo.

“We could not have done it without success of our partners, challenges presented by the competitors, creative and innovative ideas brought to life by the industry peers, and safeguards built by the regulators.

“Being a Lead Partner of the 2017 Global Gaming Awards is a perfect and beautiful opportunity for us to acknowledge everyone in our industry for their dedication, intelligence, pioneering and innovative spirit, commitment to quality, contributions to their communities and more.

“BetConstruct proudly joins Gambling Insider, G2E and KPMG in continuing to make this fantastic event a great success. We hope that GGA will continue to inspire our industry to achieve even more!"

Deepak Malkani, Commercial Director at Gambling Insider, the industry publication which powers the Global Gaming Awards, said: "We are delighted to be joined by BetConstruct in presenting the industry’s leading and most trusted awards show.

"With the backing of a company such as BetConstruct, we are confident that this year’s awards will be the biggest and best to date."

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