Voting opens for Global Gaming Awards London 2019

By Tim Poole

The voting process for this year’s Global Gaming Awards London is now underway, after the list of nominees was sent to the judging panel.

Now in its second year following 2018’s inaugural ceremony, the Awards’ panel of judges boasts several of the sector’s most influential executives, from some of the industry’s most successful companies.

The line-up includes: Itai Frieberger, CEO, 888 Holdings, Antonios Kerastaris, CEO, Intralot, Walter Bugno, CEO, IGT International, Therese Hillman, CEO, NetEnt, Jesper Svensson, CEO, Betsson Group and many more.

This year’s winners will be announced over an afternoon tea at the Hippodrome Casino on Monday 4 February.

Being nominated for an Award is a clear sign of success for any gaming industry organisation, as the ceremony recognises operational excellence displayed in the past 12 months.

The judges will choose between the nominees in 16 separate categories, deciding on first and second place for each Award. Should there be a tie for the winning position in any category, the nominee with the most second-place votes will be victorious.

Votes can now be made by the judging panel, after the Shortlist was finalised, following a period of self-nominations and analysis from the esteemed nomination panel.

The Global Gaming Awards are powered by Gambling Insider and are officially adjudicated by KPMG Isle of Man.

Category sponsors include some of the industry’s biggest names, such as SG Digital, Inbet Games, Asia Live Tech and Betradar.

Online and land-based gaming solutions provider BetConstruct is the Lead Partner of this year’s Awards.

The Global Gaming Awards London 2019 Shortlist magazine will break down the list of all nominees in each category, which will be released in January and distributed at this year’s ICE London.


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