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Galaxy Macau named Best Integrated Resort at inaugural G2E Asia Awards

Wednesday, 16 May 2018 06:46
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Representatives of Galaxy Macau are presented the award for Best Integrated Resort by Macao Government Tourism Office director Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes.

 

Galaxy Macau has celebrated the seventh anniversary of its opening by being named Best Integrated Resort at the inaugural official G2E Asia Awards.

In what proved to be a hugely successful evening at The Ballroom at MGM Cotai with a sell-out crowd of 350 people attending, Galaxy Macau proved to be the big winner on the night with two awards, having also claimed the prize for Best Gaming Floor.

Co-organized by G2E Asia and Inside Asian Gaming, the G2E Asia Awards recognized excellence and innovation within Asian gaming while celebrating the success and outstanding contributions of not only gaming but also the non-gaming aspects of the entertainment industry in Asia.  

Guests were treated to a night of lively celebration including an interactive stage performance by African dance group Drum Jam.  

A total of 12 awards categories were presented on the night with the winners representing a broad mix of the Asian gaming industry.

The award winners were:

1. Best B2B Digital Product Solution
Odds.gg – Ultraplay

2. Best Corporate Social Responsibility Contribution
MGM China

3. Best Lottery Solution
Lotto Instant Win – Pin Projekt

4. Best Industry Rising Stars
Matthew Righton – SG Gaming
Vinni Leong – Winson Group
Mike Lei – MGM Cotai
Maulin Gandhi – Tangam Systems
Carlos Eduardo Coelha – MdME

5. Best VIP Gaming Promoter
Suncity Group

6. Best B2B Digital Platform and Software Solution
Betsoft

7. Best Electronic Gaming Solution
Duo Fu Duo Cai – SG Gaming

8. Best Industry Innovation
Angel Playing Cards – Angel

9. Best Table Game Solution
Perfect Pay – Walker Digital

10. Best Gaming Floor
Galaxy Macau

11. Best Industry Supplier
Aristocrat

12. Best Integrated Resort
Galaxy Macau

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