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BetConstruct returns as Lead Partner for Global Gaming Awards London 2020

BetConstruct will return as Lead Partner for the Global Gaming Awards London 2020, after a successful 2019 ceremony.

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The Awards are now in their third year and will see companies battle it out in 16 categories, during an afternoon tea ceremony on 3 February at the Hippodrome Casino.

BetConstruct, a leading sports betting and gaming supplier, returns as the event’s Lead Partner for this edition, following last year’s memorable event.

It recently entered into an agreement to provide live casino games to Parimatch, as well as obtaining a live dealer license in Malta, and has big plans for the US market in 2020 and beyond.

BetConstruct Founder and CEO Vigen Badalyan said: "BetConstruct is delighted to be Lead Partner of the Global Gaming Awards London once again.

"Last year's ceremony was a tremendous success and proved how prestigious the Awards are within our industry."

Julian Perry, Gambling Insider COO, said: "It is the biggest gathering of CEOs in Europe, so it’s fantastic BetConstruct saw it the first year and wanted to come back.

"We are really pleased to see them return and we look forward to seeing them at the Global Gaming Awards."

The Awards are powered by Gambling Insider and will feature some of the most prestigious and influential companies in our sector.

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