International Gaming Awards 2012 nominations extended

The International Gaming Awards 2012 (IGA) has extended its nominations deadline for two more extra days; from the 18th October to the 20th October. The extension highlights the need to keep up with the impressive demand and interest in the sparkling charity awards event of the year. With two more extra days, you too could be in the running to become a winner on the glamorous night.

Nominees received so far have been published on the official site, It is free to nominate an individual or company who you think deserves an accolade within the highly competitive gaming industry, visit Here, instructions on how to submit company evidence are detailed; requirements are 500 words with optional images/videos/industry graphs, on why the nominated company is better than the rest.

The fifth annual chic event is taking place in London’s historic venue, the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel, on the 23rd January. It will unite industry professionals from across the world and allow them to network with talented insiders from across the industry. The IGA’s 2012, once again, promise an exquisite line up of sponsors, judges, guests and gaming associates. Following in the footsteps of its previous successful awards, it will be hosting the biggest and best charity event of the gaming industry. So make sure you mark it on in your calendar!

There is still time to enter and be part of this historic event! With the event just around the corner, 60% of the tickets have already been sold; despite this, there is still time to secure your place in the only land-based and online charitable gaming awards event. Tickets can be purchased from the luxury of your smartphones and tablets on the official website via

Once The International Gaming Awards 2012 receives nominations and evidence, it will then pass it onto the highly-acclaimed judges: After the closing date of the 20th October, the judges will proceed to review all company evidence.

Be a star! The International Gaming Awards (IGA) has secured Calvin Ayre as their official media sponsors for 2012’s International Gaming Awards ceremony. On the glitzy night, Calvin Ayre’s roving reporter and camera crew will be on hand to capture each special, memorable merry moment through their lens. Visit for more information about the official media sponsor.

International Gaming Awards 2012 recently announced The GREaT Foundation as a charitable beneficiary. As well as celebrating the success of high flying gaming executives, the IGA’s also strives towards emphasising responsible gaming, whether it’s land-based or online. For more information about The GREaT Foundation or to make a donation, visit,
Supporters of the dazzling event want to strengthen their responsible gaming ethos, making the world of gaming safer for all.

Making it an unforgettable night, The International Gaming Awards is supported by generous Gold Sponsors TCSJohnHuxley, Cammegh Ltd, Playtech and Betsoft Gaming. The Silver Sponsors are Ritz Club London, Red Planet Gaming, Bally Technologies and Empire Casino Recruitment & Consultancy. More about our sponsors on

The IGA is also supported by international Gaming Associations worldwide adding to the IGA’s momentum. The Australasian Casino Association (ACA), The COA (UK), National Indian Gaming Association, Canadian Gaming Association, The Remote Gambling Association, The IGC, GamCare, The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA), eCOGRA.

The IGA’s is a unique sell event year after year because it is the only networking event to unite global Online and Offline Gaming under one roof. In the midst of celebrating the award winners’ success, the International Gaming Awards also focuses on raising money for those less fortunate than ourselves. More details about who we support and why can be found on: