Now in their fourth year, Global Gaming Awards 2017 recognise the most innovative companies and individuals of the gaming world. Namely, GGA 2017 are powered by the leading B2B-gaming publication Gambling Insider in association with G2E, the lead partner Bet Construct, and independently audited by KPMG Gibraltar. The event will take place on October 2nd at the Venetian, Las Vegas, where hundreds of industry leading executives will be present.
60 Judges Vote on the Shortlist Today
The shortlist companies are nominated based on their achievements over the past year, with a truly independent judging panel comprising of 60 leading industry business men and women voting for their winners, which will be announced during the awards ceremony, at the Venetian, Las Vegas, on October 2nd.
“Awarding the land-based and digital gaming communities, GGA has a truly independent judging panel comprised of 60 leading industry professionals voting on their winners.”
Taking into consideration the entire gaming industry, both land-based and digital, these 12 categories recognise operators, suppliers, innovation and responsibility:
- Land-based operator of the year
- Digital Acquisition Program
- Land-based Gaming Innovation
- Digital Operator
- Customer Loyalty Program
- Digital Gaming Innovation
- Land-based Product
- Land-based Industry Supplier
- Responsible Business
- Digital Product
- Digital Industry Supplier
- European Executive
The nomination process is designed to ensure the shortlist represents the industry’s finest by featuring both self-nominations and an independent specialist nomination panel. These companies will be showcased in the shortlist magazine, celebrating the industry’s best and distributed in Las Vegas.
“KPMG has once again signed up as an official partner to the awards.”
Independent leading gaming executives, including many of the most recognisable names in the industry, cast their votes in each category via the secure online voting system. Then, the votes are checked and verified by KPMG Gibraltar, one of the world’s largest corporate advisory firms.
The company will audit the voting process, which will take place once shortlisting has been completed, in order to ensure its execution in a transparent and equitable manner.