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NEWS 4 October 2018
Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2018 nears
By David Cook

This year’s G2E is fast approaching and that can only mean one thing; this year’s Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas are on the horizon.

The fifth instalment of the annual ceremony will take place at the Sands Expo Convention Center on Monday 8 October, with proceedings beginning at 12:15pm.

Over 700 industry leaders will be in attendance to view the most trusted awards ceremony in the gaming industry. The Global Gaming Awards are designed to celebrate the greatest achievements and accomplishments made by companies across the industry in the past 12 months.

Last year’s Awards saw industry giants such as MGM Resorts, Wynn Resorts, Bet365, IGT and Sportradar take home coveted prizes.

This year has seen the Awards grow further in size and stature, as a total of 70 esteemed judges cast their votes across 12 Award categories, with 10 nominees shortlisted in each category.

Four new categories have been added to this year’s ceremony, including: Slot of the Year, Property of the Year, American Executive of the Year and Product Innovation of the Year.

Play’n GO, House Advantage and eTouchMenu have all been confirmed as Presentation Sponsors for this year’s Awards.

The voting for the Awards has been officially adjudicated by KPMG Isle of Man to ensure full transparency.

The Global Gaming Awards are powered by Gambling Insider and the Lead Partner is BetConstruct, while Konami Gaming, Inc. is the Content Sponsor.

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