Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas secure Global Payments as category sponsor

By Tim Poole

Payments provider Global Payments will sponsor the Land-Based Industry Supplier of the Year Award at the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2020.

The Awards, in their seventh year but going virtual for the first time in their history due to the COVID-19-enforced cancellation of G2E 2020, will see companies battle it out across 12 categories.

Supplying payments technology worldwide, Global Payments provides cutting-edge software solutions for companies all the way from startups to enterprise businesses.

The company's solutions have reached over 3.5 million businesses, supporting more than 140 payment types, while it is partnered with 1,300 leading financial instituations.

Gambling Insider COO Julian Perry said: “We are delighted to have such a key player within the payments sector on board as a category sponsor.

"Global Payments is a key part in the gaming jigsaw, while the category it will be sponsoring is one of the most important in the industry."

Global Payments joins a stellar list of already-confirmed sponsors, including IGT, Aristocrat, Connective Games and Continent 8, with several more to be unveiled.

Confirmed members of our prestigious Judging Panel helping decide this year’s Awards are: Barry Cottle, Scientific Games CEO, Joe Asher, William Hill US CEO, Michael Rumbolz, Everi Holdings CEO, and Paul Liberman, DraftKings COO.

The Awards are powered by Gambling Insider and Gaming America, in association with G2E, with BetConstruct returning as Lead Partner of the Awards for the fourth time.

The Awards are independently adjudicated by KPMG to ensure fairness and transparency, while all shortlisted companies have been contacted; the Shortlist will be announced in September in our Shortlist magazine.


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