2014 iGaming Business Affiliate Awards set to honor the industry’s best affiliates

2014-igaming-business-affiliate-awardsOver the past six years, the iGaming industry’s best affiliate sites have been honored at the iGB Affiliate Awards for their contributions in the growth of this particular sector of the gaming industry. It’s a special night because you don’t always get to give due props to the people who work tirelessly to ensure that affiliate sites continue to become an integral cog of the iGaming industry. On February 7, the 2014 iGB Affiliate Awards will take place in London at the Lancaster Hotel.

Every year over 500 people from the iGaming affiliate community gather to honor the ongoing success within the industry at the iGB Affiliate Awards. Now in its 7th year, the iGB Affiliate Awards is the only industry awards ceremony that celebrates the growth, innovation and achievements within this sector of the gaming industry.

This year, there will be 25 awards to be given away, the most prestigious of which is the Best Overall Affiliate. Other awards include Best Overall Affiliate Manager, Best Overall Affiliate Program, a title won last year by bet365.

Also being given out that night would be the Best Newcomer Award which has two categories, one for the Affiliate and one for the Affiliate Program, The Lou Fabiano Award for the Best iGaming Community and the Best Payment System (won by Skrill last year).

This year’s judges include Jeremy Enke of PokerAffiliateListings; James Woods of Bet365; Elen Garth of Unibet; Carly Sawers of Pokerstars; Ben Star of OhMyBingo; and much more.

Ticket prices are as follows:

• Affiliates: £125 + VAT per seat (Limited to three)
• Non Affiliates: £2,250 + VAT per table of 10; £275 + VAT per seat

These tickets include all drinks, entertainment, a three course meal, an after party and of course the awards themselves. Space is limited and this has sold out year on year so make sure you book early to avoid disappointment.

To purchase tickets and to register for the event, click here.