Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas secure Aristocrat as category sponsor

By Tim Poole

Leading land-based supplier Aristocrat will sponsor the Digital Industry Supplier of the Year category at the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2020.

The provider, which generated operating revenue of $1.47bn for H1 of its financial year, has a rich history of success at the Awards – most recently winning twice at the 2019 ceremony.

Aristocrat collected the Land-Based Industry Supplier of the Year title and won Slot of the Year with its Buffalo Diamond product.

In 2018, Aristrocrat was also successful in two categories, once again triumphing in Slot of the Year with Game of Thrones, while winning Land-Based Product of the Year with Lightning Link.

The Las Vegas Awards are now in their seventh year and will see companies battle it out in 12 categories, with BetConstruct returning as Lead Partner of the Awards for the fourth time.

Gambling Insider COO Julian Perry said: “We are delighted to welcome Aristocrat back to the Global Gaming Awards as category sponsors once more.

“Digital Industry Supplier is an extremely competitive category – and having a serial winner in Aristocrat sponsoring adds to the Award’s prestige.”

The Awards are powered by Gambling Insider and Gaming America, in association with G2E, and will feature the most prestigious and influential companies in our sector.

IGT are among the other category sponsors for this year’s ceremony.

The Awards are independently adjudicated by KPMG to ensure total fairness and transparency, while all self-nominations have already been processed.

Shortlisted companies will be contacted in early July and the winners will be announced on 5 October.

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