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eGaming Review Magazine and EGRmagazine.com are related online gambling publishing brands covering online gambling industry news and regulation topics.
History and profile
eGaming Review, a print magazine, offers monthly gaming industry news including coverage of online casinos, bingo, online poker, and sports betting. As well as news, the magazine offers features, roundtable discussion and interviews with industry leaders. The magazine is headquartered in London.
EGRmagazine.com, its accompanying web brand, is the leading online gambling industry news website. It publishes features, blogs and hosts peer discussion that focuses on issues and challenges in the eGaming industry.
eGaming Review is also responsible for the annual Power 50 list of the top fifty most influential Internet gaming companies, hosts the EGR Live event and presents the annual EGR Awards to gaming operators that it judges excel in their respective fields.
eGaming Review and EGRmagazine.com are owned by Pageant Gaming Media Limited along with two other sister titles— eGaming Review North America and Social Casino Intelligence.
eGR Operator Awards
The annual award ceremony involves 700+ eGaming operators, recognizing their excellence and innovation across various categories. This includes socially responsible operator, sports betting operator, mobile casino product etc.
eGR B2B Awards
To celebrate the best service providers and B2B operators in the online gaming industry, this award is opened to all companies that offer a B2B product across major eGaming disciplines such as betting and gaming software, networks, mobile, payments, recruitment, marketing, IT and infrastructure. The 2014 winners would be announced on 17 June 2014.
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