CEEGAwards 2017 Nominations are in! Online voting stage starts today

TAGs: CEEGAwards 2017, CEEGC 2017

For immediate release: 1 August 2017, Budapest: The organizers of CEEGC2017 are excited to announce the start of the online voting session for the Central and Eastern European Gaming Awards (CEEGAwards) 2017. During the last 30 days, companies have submitted or have been nominated to compete for the most prestigious gaming award of the region.

The buildup of the awards is organized in 3 stages, nomination, online voting and shortlist creation.

1. Nomination period (27.06 – 31.07) – has ended

2. Online voting session (01.08 – 30.08) – in progress

3. Shortlist creation and announcement – 5.09

CEEGAwards 2017 Nominations are in! Online voting stage starts todayThe CEEGAwards will award the top companies which operate in this side of Europe and the ceremony is scheduled to be held between 12:00 – 13:00 (Budapest Local Time) on the 20th of September (Day 2) during the second edition of the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference Budapest. (you can view the full agenda here).

The second edition of the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference (CEEGC) will be held at the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest and as during first edition, it will bring together the cream of the online gambling industry for two days of fully packed unique networking opportunities.

We have set the dates of 19 and 20 September by carefully synchronizing with the top delegates that will be attending the event and we are looking forward to having you among our guests.

The motto of the 2017 event is “Unfinished Business: Dare to attend” and it will focus on the Latest Innovations, Hot Topics, Eastern and Central European market updates and a special focus on the Balkans.

We are aiming to bring yet another opportunity to harvest a wealth of information about the hot topics and trends which shape the industry in 2017 and will look towards the future awaited regulatory updates.


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