Continent 8 to sponsor executive award at Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2020

By Tim Poole

Leading provider Continent 8 Technologies is sponsoring the American Executive of the Year Award at the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2020.

The Executive of the Year is the only category that recognises the individual rather than the company, with 25 of the industry’s most influential execs shortlisted for the prestigious Award.

Continent 8’s sponsorship adds to the category’s prestige, with the supplier having delivered digital products and services to the gaming sector for two decades.

The company has points of presence across the US, as well as data centres in Denver, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey.

Gambling Insider COO Julian Perry said: “We are delighted to have Continent 8, a long-serving member of the gaming community, on board as a sponsor.

“The American Executive of the Year category is one of our most exciting: truly, anyone can win if they’ve made an impression on their peers throughout the year.”

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.

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.

This year, the ceremony will take place virtually for the first time in history – due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Awards are independently adjudicated by KPMG to ensure total fairness and transparency, while all shortlisted companies have already been contacted.

 

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