Industry set for Global Gaming Awards London 2019 as voting closes

By Tim Poole

Voting has officially closed for the Global Gaming Awards London 2019.

After a rigorous initial process, a stellar panel of judges boasting some of the industry’s most influential executives have cast their votes, honouring the gaming industry’s most successful performers from the past year.

The line-up of Awards judges 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.

Judges chose between nominees in 16 diverse categories, which reflected the different verticals and sectors within the industry, deciding on first and second place for each Award.

The panel faced an unenviable task of choosing between a long list of highly-reputable companies, with all Awards fiercely contested by worthy nominees.

Being nominated for an Award is a remarkable achievement, considering the level of operational excellence required to make the Shortlist.

The successful winners will be announced over an afternoon tea at the Hippodrome Casino on Monday 4 February, while the Global Gaming Awards London 2019 Shortlist magazine will break down the full list of all nominees in each category.

A digital version of the Shortlist magazine will be available on the Gambling Insider website later this week and will also be distributed at ICE London.

The Global Gaming Awards are powered by Gambling Insider and the voting process is 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, Betradar and Pragmatic Play.

BetConstruct is the Lead Partner of this year’s Awards.


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