Grosvenor International Gaming Awards Shape Up as Deft Move by Clever DuckPublished June 18, 2017 by Lee R
The elegant gala will bring every sector of iGaming within reach of IGA impact.
Lifting off from an incredible first decade of existence, the 11th International Gaming Awards have been set for the Grosvenor House Hotel Park Lane in London.
The Star Venue
This wondrous venue is no stranger to major galas. With its optimal location on world-famous Park Lane, the historic hotel in London's world-renowned Mayfair District seems the perfect place to relocate the charity-focused IGA Awards after rapidly growing in prominence ever since their inception in 2008.
All past winners of the prestigious International Gaming Awards have proven to benefit from among other things increased client portfolios, improved marketing exposure, recognition from peers in the industry and government bodies.
These benefits to award winners are coupled with the overall social benefits being pursued by IGA, which recognise the highest achievements in the worldwide gaming industry through motivating and inspiring iGaming industry stakeholders entrusted with safe, effective and engaging customer relationships.
The IGA identifies organisational areas of focus as “creativity, innovation and social responsibility “as opposed to commercial success alone,” with the awards nomination process set to unveil several new categories when it opens this month further galvanising the start to the second decade of festivities.
Attendees to the 11th International Gaming Awards will include renowned industry insiders as well as a fully diversified array of gaming clients. In addition, the IGA includes an online newspaper, the iGaming Post, boasting a crystal clear, transparent vision for its 1000+ daily global readers, a reading public which at this point ranges from online smartphone poker players to luxurious land-based casino owners.
Grosvenor Increases Impact
All told, the new venue for IGA indicates that Clever Duck is positioning the award ceremony for more exposure, more impact, and more recognition of the innovators of iGaming whose work not only generates revenues but gives back to the community at large.