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NEWS 22 November 2017
London calling – The Global Gaming Awards comes to the capital
By Doug Peck
Building on the phenomenally successful and highly regarded Las Vegas awards, Gambling Insider is pleased to announce the launch of the first ever Global Gaming Awards London.

Companies from across the gaming world are now invited to submit a nomination for their company or product for consideration by our prestigious panel of industry experts.

To ensure the validity of these awards, independent adjudication partners KPMG will be overseeing the entire voting process to ensure its integrity and impartiality.

The Global Gaming Awards London seek to augment the Las Vegas awards by shining a light on several new and exciting sectors of the dynamic gaming industry. To reflect this, a new roster of categories have been created, which are as follows:

Betting Shop Operator of the Year
Online Sports Betting Operator of the Year
Retail Supplier of the Year
Online Sports Betting Supplier of the Year
Casino of the Year
Online Casino of the Year
Casino Supplier of the Year
Online Casino Supplier of the Year
Casino Product of the Year
Payment Solution of the Year
Corporate Services Provider of the Year
Online Bingo Operator of the Year
Online Poker Operator of the Year
Affiliate Programme of the Year
Corporate Responsibility Programme of the Year
Chief Executive of the Year


Self-Nominations are now open, so please submit your company or your product for consideration if you think you have what it takes to be crowned a Global Gaming Awards London winner!

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT NOMINATIONS
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