"Casino de l’année 2020" "Best Gaming Operator UK & Europe 2020"
2020 starts with recognition for Casino de Monte-Carlo, with a double award presented at ICE London, the major international meeting for Gaming professionals: the “Casino of the year” title was renewed for the 2nd consecutive year, and “Gaming Operator UK & Europe 2020” was won from among the largest gaming operators in the world.
A promising start to the year for Monte-Carlo gaming, a reference in the world of casinos and a source of inspiration for the whole sector.
Casino de Monte-Carlo, spearhead in the gaming industry
After being named “Casino of the Year” in 2019, Casino de Monte-Carlo renews its title awarded by the Global Gaming Awards at ICE London on 3 February 2020. 10 casinos were in line to win this title. A judging panel made up of 50 of the most respected members from the sector thus recognised the winning strategy deployed by Casino de Monte-Carlo since 2016 and its reference role in the sector.
At this yearly gathering, Casino de Monte-Carlo doubled its stake, with the “Gaming Operator UK & Europe 2020” prize awarded by the International Gaming Awards. This prize is given to the gaming operator that has the vision, originality and vitality to set itself apart in this industry.
These awards are an excellent recognition for Casino de Monte-Carlo for its ability to create strong and unique moments, constantly updated, to satisfy all audiences.
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The Global Gaming Awards London consist of 16 categories covering the digital and land-based gaming community, with 10 companies selected in each category. 50 industry-leading judges have elected the winner in each category. KPMG Isle of Man. verifies all votes independently.
The International Gaming Awards, : Professionals and customers of the international gaming sector support the International Gaming Awards, managed by Clever Duck Media, each year. A judging panel of 29 specialists rewards each year 31 international operators and suppliers based on their innovations, originality, dynamism, vision and excellence.
European Casino Association (ECA) represents licensed land-based casinos in Europe, with 31 members and over 70,000 direct employees supporting local economies across Europe. It has members from nearly all EU Member States, as well as non-EU countries. The main purpose and objective of the ECA is to address and promote issues related to casinos and promote the positive contribution of the industry.