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Shuffle Master sparkles as IGA’s 2012 Silver Sponsor

(UK).- Shuffle Master has joined the International Gaming Awards 2012 (IGA), the biggest and the best industry charity event, as its latest sparkling Silver Sponsor. As a highly-acclaimed master of global gaming, the prestigious firm shares the IGA’s vision in creating an unforgettable and enjoyable experience for international gamers and industry insiders.


he countdown has begun for the biggest event of the year, taking place at the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel, on the 23rd January 2012.

Sources of the firm said that Shuffle Master delivers what it promises; high quality and unforgetable state-of-the-art products in five distinct catergories. These are Utility products, which include automatic card shufflers and roulette chip sorters; Proprietary Table Games, which includes live games, side bets and progressives; Electronic Table Systems, which include various e-Table game platforms; Electronic Gaming Machines, which include video slot machines.

Keeping up to date with online trends, the latest iGaming feature showcases Shuffle Master’s table games, social gaming, and mobile applications. More information on:

Co-founder Lana Thompson said: “We are proud and excited to be working alongside such reputable gaming sponsors and supporters for the fifth ceremony. With the IGA’s only around the corner, we are looking forward to hosting another successful, prestigious and unique awards and networking event for all to showcase their distinguished and reputable global firms.”

Shuffle Master takes its place amongst the IGA’s other impressive Sponsors; these are TCS John Huxley, Cammegh,  Playtech, Betsoft Gaming, The Ritz Club, Red Planet Gaming, Bally Technologies and Empire Casino Recruitment & Consultancy.  More on

The IGA is supported by international Gaming Associations worldwide adding to the IGA’s momentum. The Australasian Casino Association (ACA), The COA (UK), National Indian Gaming Association, Canadian Gaming Association, The Remote Gambling Association, The IGC, GamCare, The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) and eCOGRA.

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