Nominations are open for the Global Gaming Awards Americas 2024

March 1, 2024
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The industry's most prestigious Awards are heading to Las Vegas for the eleventh year this October. The nominations window is open until April 26.

Gaming America is pleased to announce that the nominations window for the Global Gaming Awards Americas 2024 is now open.

The Global Gaming Awards are the most prestigious in the gaming industry due to the strict shortlisting and voting processes.

Companies that are active across the Americas have until April 26 to submit their nominations across as many of the categories as they consider relevant. Simply go to and fill in the nominations form. We kindly ask for a short (480 characters max) statement outlining your company’s achievements in the Americas market in the past year.

“Every year interest in the flagship Global Gaming Awards event continues to grow which comes as no surprise, given the evolution of both the US and LATAM markets,” said Mariya Savova, Event Manager of the Global Gaming Awards.

“As we aim to reward the industry’s very best performers, self-nominations from companies help us massively.

“I encourage everyone to nominate in as many relevant categories as possible and ideally, tell us something that we wouldn’t necessarily know your company has achieved in the past 12 months,” she added.

The Awards will recognize the strongest performers from the Americas across the previous year. The event will have 14 company categories, rewarding operators and suppliers, and only one category, recognizing the individual rather than the company – American Executive of the year. 

Shortlisted companies will be contacted in early August. Companies can only be nominated once per category, meaning that if they have multiple brands, only one of their brands can be nominated in a particular category. 

Every company and individual are always nominated for a specific reason which will be made publicly available in the official Shortlist magazine (to be released in September).

The winners will be chosen by over 100 C-level industry executives with only one executive per company allowed to participate in the voting process. KPMG in the Crown Dependencies will once again independently adjudicate the voting process to ensure fairness and transparency.

Companies have until April 26 to submit their self-nominations. 

The Global Gaming Awards Americas are powered by leading B2B-gaming publications Gaming America and Gambling Insider. BetConstruct is the Lead Partner of the event, and this year’s category sponsors include Aristocrat Gaming, Interblock Gaming, Play’n GO, Playtech, SPRIBE and Soft2Bet. 

The eleventh annual Global Gaming Awards Americas presentation ceremony will be held at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas on October 7.


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