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NEWS 11 January 2019

Pragmatic Play joins list of Global Gaming Awards London sponsors

By Tim Poole

Pragmatic Play has been unveiled as the latest category sponsor for the Global Gaming Awards London 2019.

Taking its place alongside the likes of SG Digital, Inbet Games, Asia Live Tech and Betradar, the supplier has agreed to sponsor the Online Casino of the Year category.

Now in its second edition following 2018’s inaugural ceremony, the Global Gaming Awards London will once again present 16 categories.

Yossi Barzely, Pragmatic Play Chief Business Development Officer, said: “We are very proud to be sponsoring the Online Casino of the Year at this year’s Global Gaming Awards London, a category packed with forward-thinking brands delivering innovation to the marketplace.

“We look forward to the event at the Hippodrome on 4 February before unveiling innovations of our own at ICE Stand N8-120.”

The winners will be announced over an afternoon tea at the Hippodrome Casino on Monday 4 February.

An esteemed panel of expert industry judges will soon cast their votes to decide the winners in each category, which have now made the final Shortlist after a lengthy process.

KPMG Isle of Man will adjudicate the voting process to ensure full transparency, while BetConstruct is the Lead Partner for the Awards.

Being nominated in the Global Gaming Awards is a clear sign of success for any gaming industry organisation, as the Awards recognise operational excellence displayed in the past 12 months.

A detailed breakdown of all nominees across every one of the 16 categories will appear in the Global Gaming Awards London 2019 Shortlist magazine, which will be released in January and distributed at this year’s ICE London.

Visit www.GlobalGamingAwards.com/London/ for more information on the event.

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