The 8th iGB Affiliate Awards to take place on February 1st

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The 8th iGB Affiliate Awards to take place on February 1stOn its 8th year, IGB Affiliate Awards will take place on February 1st at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea Football Club, London.

The awards ceremony recognizes the best online gaming acquisition programs and industry affiliate marketers for their service, player marketing, management and operations.

With an expected turnout of around 500 industry professionals, there’s plenty of motivation to become a valued asset in the business.

The 2015 iGB Affiliate Awards have seen a number of enhancements that will make it easier for you to enter some of the amazing work undertaken during the qualifying period:

More Streamlined Judging Process – To ensure the integrity of the iGB Affiliate Awards was upheld, this year all categories are open for voting. The top 10 with the most votes will then be shortlisted and sent to a judging panel of industry experts for the winner to be selected.

Premium Venue – This year’s Awards will once again be hosted at an exclusive 5* venue.

Professional Compere – Well-known comedian and entertainer Tom Stade will captivate our audience throughout the night!

More Networking – There is more time to socialize following the Awards Ceremony, giving attendees time to network, celebrate and congratulate the winners.

A Later Start – Kicking off later to give attendees time to get ready after the first day of London Affiliate Conference (LAC), but do not fear the party will go on into the night.

Exciting New Theme – Stay tuned for more information on the theme!

The IGB Affiliate Awards shortlist was opened to the affiliate and acquisition marketing community to submit their candidates. The winners on the night will be selected by an expert igaming marketing panel.

To view the full conference schedule, please visit

For Press Queries contact:

Tracey Daniel

iGaming Business

+44 (0)2079543417


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