Global Gaming Awards London 2020 self-nominations open

By Tim Poole

Fresh off the success of the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2019, the window for self-nominations for the Global Gaming Awards London 2020 is officially open.

The London Awards recognise and reward the companies that have made their mark in the dynamic European marketplace over the past 12 months.

Companies can give themselves the best chance of being involved in the ceremony by submitting their self-nominations in any one of a total of 16 categories. 

The deadline for companies to nominate themselves for an Award is Friday 8 November. Click here to fill out the short self-nomination form and tell us why your company should join the world's best at this year's ceremony.

The final Shortlist will consist of self-nominations and recommendations from the Nomination Panel and the Gambling Insider editorial team.

All winners will be revealed at a prestigious afternoon tea ceremony at the Hippodrome Casino on Monday 3 February, the week of ICE London. This exclusive event is the biggest gathering of top CEOs from the gaming industry in Europe.

Last year’s ceremony demonstrated the competitive nature of the Awards, as 15 different organisations, including PokerStars, Ladbrokes, Novomatic and Evolution Gaming, triumphed across the 16 categories.

The Global Gaming Awards are the most trusted Awards in the industry, gaining respect among industry heavyweights for their rigorous nature.

BetConstruct is the Lead Partner of the Global Gaming Awards London 2020, which are powered by Gambling Insider. The voting process is independently adjudicated by KPMG Isle of Man. 


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