Scientific Games shortlisted in six categories

The Global Gaming Awards (GGA) has sure given a lot of trophies in its six years of operation. And apparently, they’re ready to give even more this year too. Indeed, the judges have announced the shortlisted candidates recently. And if you’re Scientific Games (SG), your chances of jumping on the podium are outstanding.

In fact, out of the twelve categories, the industry titan found itself securing six positions. However, this is only the initial phase of the process. The final one is on September 22nd. And yet, SG stands a great chance to keep multiple positions for the final judgment on October 14th, and here’s why.

Scientific Games shortlisted in six categories

The stage is SG’s second home

All and all, Scientific Games chances to make it to the final round of judging in the GGA 2019 is more or less a certainty. Although, it could prove to be challenging to keep all six nominations. In fact, they’re up against some stiff competition. But, looking at SG’s award track record for 2019 it’s clear, they are a favourite. Indeed, this year alone, SG has picked up the first place in six different ceremonies already. Which include EGR B2B (Platform of the Year) and G2E Asia (Best Electronic Gaming Solution), to mention a few.

So the GGA should see them add another feather to their hat. In essence, SG is currently shortlisted in categories like Land-Based Product, Industry Supplier, and Slot of the Year. But they’re also in the running for Customer Loyalty Program, Digital Industry Supplier, and Digital Product of the Year.

Will SG dominate?

With so many big names attending the ceremony, it’s hard to predict any outcome. Mainly because this year operators and service providers have demonstrated innovations and forward-thinking as markets open. The truth is, nowadays, it’s more difficult than ever to win. But SG has proven time after time that they’re a top contender in the field. So maybe SG will raise their glasses, once more, to toast their excellent products. And the teams that have built them too.