BetConstruct continues as Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas Lead Partner

By David Cook

BetConstruct has showcased its commitment to the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas by agreeing to be Lead Partner for the third consecutive year.

The Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas recognise and reward excellence displayed by gaming industry companies across the previous 12 months.

This year's luncheon ceremony will be held at the Sands Expo Convention Center on Monday 14 October, as part of the G2E show.

Vigen Badalyan, BetConstruct CEO and Co-founder, said: "Varying from state to state, the ongoing legislative developments in the emerging markets in the US hold countless opportunities for international providers.

"Becoming a winner at the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas, or even a runner-up, is already a token of industry recognition and a huge encouragement to expand further into the US."

The 2019 Judging Panel is made up of some of the industry's most esteemed executives and will feature more than 100 individuals this year. Among the judges on this year’s panel are American Gaming Association President & CEO Bill Miller, Novomatic CEO Harald Neumann, Wynn Resorts Vice President Casino Administration Debra Nutton, and IGT CEO North America Renato Ascoli.

The Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas are powered by Gambling Insider in association with G2E. The voting process is independently adjudicated by KPMG Isle of Man to ensure full transparency.

Julian Perry, COO of Gambling Insider, said: We’d like to thank BetConstruct  for supporting the fairest and most impartial Awards event in the gaming industry. I am delighted they have agreed to be our Lead Partner once again."

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