Winners of the 16th Annual GGB Gaming & Technology Awards

Winners announced for 16th Annual GGB Gaming & Technology Awards

Global Gaming Business magazine has announced the winners of the 16th Annual GGB Gaming & Technology Awards. The 2017 GGB Gaming & Technology Awards are the industry’s standard in this field, recognizing excellence in innovation and practical application in all gaming disciplines. 

The winners of the 16th Annual GGB Gaming and Technology Awards are:

Best Consumer Service Technology:
Gold Medal
: Aristocrat – AvT
Silver Medal: OfferCraft – OfferCraft’s Gamification Platform

Best Productivity-Enhancement Technology:
Gold Medal
The Rainmaker Group – guestrev
Silver Medal: Everi – TournEvent 5.0

Best Slot Product:
Gold Medal
Scientific Games – Space Invaders Evolution
Silver Medal: GameCo – Video Game Gambling Machines (VGM)

Best Table Game Product or Innovation:
Gold Medal
Scientific Games – Prizm Game Table
Silver Medal: Interblock – StarBar

“The submissions for the GGB Gaming & Technology Awards were incredible this year,” says Roger Gros, publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine, which administers the awards program. “The amazing products were all at the cutting-edge of technology that serves all facets of the gaming industry. An interesting trend this year was an increased emphasis on non-gaming technology to use in the integrated resorts of the future. The GGB Gaming & Technology Awards surely recognize the innovation being made in the industry today.”

Judges for the awards: Claudia Winkler, president of GHI Solutions, Rob Russell, gaming analyst, Regulatory Management Counselors, P.C.; Frank Neborsky, CEO, Power Strategies; Gerhard Burda, president and CEO, ESCAPES Advisory Services and Cliff Paige, slot director, South Point Casino Resort, Las Vegas.

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