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August 03, 2021

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The IGA introduced 2011 Judging panel on official website

(UK).- The International Gaming Awards (IGA) announced the Judging panel comprising of 25 industry experts - leading industry professionals, specialized journalists, analysts and consultants. The ceremonies international credentials are underlined still further by a fascinating line-up of judges from USA, Canada, Europe and Asia.

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he IGA Judging panel will judge entries in 18 categories, the winners will be announced on the night of the ceremony, which will take place on 24 January 2011 in Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel in London.

The 2011 Judging panel Chaired by Andrew Love, Executive Chairman of the Ritz Club Casino. He was the recipient of outstanding contribution Award at last years’ ceremony. His knowledge and experience has enabled him to make a significant contribution to the gaming and hospitality industry. More information about the Award on http://www.gaming-awards.com/Outstanding.htm

2011 panel newcomers include well known online entrepreneur Calvin Ayre founder of ”Bodog” brand, industry investor Mark Blandford, industry veteran Sue Schneider, well known Las Vegas executive Debbie Nutton, Social responsibility guru Andrew Poole, Paul Armitage executive of the largest UK casino group- Rank, US Association representative Marcus Prater and Vin Narayanan, journalist and owner of industry news portals. To view the full IGA 2011 Judging panel: http://www.gaming-awards.com/judges.htm.

The judges will consider all the nominations and then draw up a shortlist for each award. When considering each nomination, the judges will take into account provided by nominee’s evidence Nominees should, therefore, provide information, which they believe, makes their product or service truly outstanding. To enter nominations visit http://www.gaming-awards.com/CATEGORIES.htm

The aim of the International Gaming Awards ceremony is to support charity and to publicly recognize achievements of some of the people and companies over the year.  The IGA supports Care International and Children with leukaemia charity.

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