The 6th International Gaming Awards welcomes Galaxy Entertainment Group as a Sponsor

Clever Duck Media delighted to announce Galaxy Entertainment Group as a gold Sponsor for the 6th International Gaming Awards Ceremony (IGA), the biggest and the best gaming industry charity event. The ceremony will be held on the 4th February 2013 at The Brewery in London and attended by Gaming Movers and Shakers from around the globe.

Colin Thompson, organizer and co-founder of The IGA said “We are delighted to have one of the largest integrated resort operators in Macau on board as a major sponsor of this year’s awards. To be aligned with a brand as well regarded and world-renowned as Galaxy Entertainment highlights the global influence and reach of The IGA.” More information about IGA sponsors on

The International Gaming Awards Nominations will close on 18 October 2012. More information on

The International Gaming Awards the most memorable evening of the year with its main focus to support truly deserving charities: Care International and Children with Cancer. More about our charities

The Awards seek to reward excellence in all areas of our industry, not limited to commercial success alone. International Gaming Awards 2013 set to attract even more industry heavy-hitters and raise more money for worthy causes.

About Galaxy Entertainment Group:

Galaxy Entertainment Group Limited (“GEG”, “the Company” or “the Group”), through its subsidiary, Galaxy Casino S.A., is one of Asia’s leading gaming and entertainment companies. The Group develops and operates hotels, gaming and integrated entertainment facilities in the Macau SAR.

Since being granted one of the original three gaming concessions by the Macau Government in 2002, GEG has carefully correlated its growth with Macau’s rapidly growing market. GEG’s great success in delivering its unique vision in Macau’s gaming and entertainment industry is underpinned by a deep understanding of the Asian market, and an ability to deliver new and truly innovative products that enhance Macau’s position as one of Asia’s most attractive leisure and tourist destinations.