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Malta Gaming Awards announces the third edition

As part of Malta Gaming Week, the third edition of the Malta Gaming Awards will be held on November 27 at the MFCC, Ta’ Qali.

One thousand of the most influential and innovative individuals in the industry will gather for a decadent night geared towards recognizing the best and brightest to illuminate the Maltese iGaming sphere. Setting the tone for the evening is guest of honor, Her Excellency, the President of Malta, Marie-Louise Coleiro-Preca. Adding a touch of class to the evening is an internationally acclaimed opera star, Joseph Calleja.

Guests will enjoy networking opportunities, as well as a charitable auction, with several stunning works from Polish artist, Sylwia Pacura on the block, before sitting down to an evening of culinary delights, prepared by some of the best chefs in the industry.

With 25 categories to choose from, nominations will be a breeze. Nominations can be made in the following categories: Corporate Social Responsibility; iGaming Brand; Fastest Growing White Label; Sports Book Operator; Payments Accelerator; Payments Aggregator; Lotto Product; Payments Provider; Legal Firm; Investor; Innovator; ICO; Games Vendor; Casino; Affiliate Network; Careers Program; Casino Affiliate; Sports Book Affiliate; Mobile Gaming Provider; RNG Casino Supplier; Multi Product Provider; Multi-Channel Provider; Slots Program; Affiliate Software; Best Slot Game and Crypto Payments Solution.

SiGMA runs from the 28th to the 30th of November and features a wide range of conferences and workshops as well as some of best-known faces in the industry on the expo floor. With over 400 exhibitors, 200 speakers and an expected 12,500 in attendance, SiGMA is a premier iGaming showcase on the island.

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