With the entry deadline for the 2020 British Casino Awards on the horizon, Passport Technology has reclaimed its position as a sponsor of the awards scheme ‘with a difference’ for the third year running.

The British Casino Awards, organised by Casino International publisher Datateam Business Media in association with The National Casino Forum (NCF), burst onto the scene in 2018 to provide a crucial platform for the recognition of excellence across the UK & European gaming industry.

The scheme boasts an array of expertly curated categories that honour all corners of the varied and vibrant sector, with dedicated accolades for the very best companies, innovative products, incredible operators and the outstanding individuals. Those that wish to be in with a chance to win at the 2020 iteration of the awards have just under a month to make sure that they are in the running, with entries set to close on Friday 1 November.

Submitting an entry is quick, easy and completely free of charge: simply visit the dedicated awards website, identify your prime opportunity to shine and provide your details (in addition to any supporting information that you feel is necessary to accurately showcase your achievements) and click submit.

In the spirit of celebrating the collective successes of the industry, nominations are also highly encouraged and can be submitted alongside any personal entries using the same online form.

Passport Technology gets on board for 2020

Passport Technology, a leading developer of payments services and solutions for the highly-regulated gaming industry, has confirmed its support for the upcoming edition of The British Casino Awards.

Speaking on why the company has decided to pledge its support to the scheme for another year, chief marketing officer at Passport Technology Max Aceituno says: “The British Casino Awards is an opportunity to showcase the industry and celebrate the innovations, challenges and triumphs as the business is constantly evolving.”

Commenting on why companies in the gaming industry should get involved with the awards scheme ‘with a difference’, Max continues: “There are many positive individuals and groups, as well as multi-casino companies, who have great stories to share as well as inspiring others through all the good work being done in the business.”

Ceremony tickets available online now

The value of The British Casino Awards extends far beyond the recognition of the industry’s brightest and best, with the ceremony itself serving as a unique annual networking opportunity for professionals from across the sector. Max echoes this sentiment, saying: “The Awards allows companies

[such as Passport]

to network, build new relations and nurture old ones while continuing to educate operators on payments and the payment industry as a whole.”

Individual tickets and tables of ten at the ceremony are available to purchase now, with an exclusive drinks reception, sumptuous meal, high-profile presentations and an array of networking opportunities included in the price.

A limited quantity remain so those that wish to join the industry’s finest at The May Fair, London on Tuesday 4 February are encouraged to secure their seats using the online booking form available on The British Casino Awards website now.

A platform for the industry’s finest supported by industry giants

Passport Technology is the latest industry name to pledge its support to The British Casino Awards 2020, joining fellow sponsors Cammegh, Everi, Interblock, NOVOMATIC, TCSJOHNHUXLEY and supporters, CHIPS Charity and European Casino Association.

For more information on how your brand can show its support and get involved with this valued industry initiative, contact Paul Ryder on +44 (0) 1622 699 105 or at pryder@datateam.co.uk.To find out more about The British Casino Awards, to submit an entry or purchase tickets to the ceremony, visit www.britishcasinoawards.co.uk.