GGA Las Vegas 2018 Self nominations close on May 25

By Harrison Sayers

Self-nominations for the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2018 will close in just a few days’ time. If you have not already nominated your company, please do so now. With hundreds of companies vying to be shortlisted, self-nomination increases your chance by getting your achievements in front of the shortlist panel.

Final self-nominations must be received before midnight on May 25 PST in order to be considered. To submit a self nomination, please visit for more information.

To be considered, all self-nominations must include an accompanying explanation as to why the business or individual you have nominated should receive the award in their particular category.

There is no limit to the number of nominations you can submit or the number of categories which you can be entered into.  You do not want to miss this last chance to self-nominate someone who has achieved something great or groundbreaking in the gaming industry over the past 12 months.

Now in their fifth year, the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas consist of 12 industry-wide categories, recognising and rewarding innovation and achievement across both the digital and land-based gaming sectors. 

Categories include Land-based operator, Land-based industry supplier, product innovation, digital operator, digital industry supplier, slot, land-based product, customer loyalty program, responsible business, digital product, property, and America Executive of the year.

Shortlisted nominees will be announced at a later date, with the Global Gaming Awards being presented in a glittering ceremony taking place on 8 October at the Sands Expo Centre Las Vegas.

BetConstruct are the lead partners for the event while the nomination and voting process is independently audited by KPMG Gibraltar, making the Global Gaming Awards one of the most trusted and transparent awards in gaming. The Global Gaming Awards is powered by Gambling Insider magazine, in association with G2E.


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