Gambling.com Group shortlisted in Two Categories for EGR Operator Awards 2017
This is the fourth year Gambling.com Group (formerly KAX Media) has been nominated as Affiliate of the Year, and second time to be shortlisted for Casino Affiliate of the Year, recognising the Group’s rapid growth and operational excellence. The Awards, now in its 13th year, will take place on Thursday, October 26 at Grosvenor House, London.
Earlier this year, EGR Magazine listed Gambling.com Group as one of their ‘Power Affiliates’ in the casino affiliate category for a 5th year in a row, indicating how well regarded the Group and it’s growing presence in the industry is.
Gambling.com Group COO Kevin McCrystle said: “It is always an honour to get noticed for the outstanding work our team does. The nomination reflects the 244% annual growth we have seen, as well as the quality, scale and diversity of the premium iGaming traffic we are able to provide our partners. We are thrilled to be on the shortlist for these respected awards, and we are looking forward to the ceremony in London this October.”###
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About Gambling.com Group
Gambling.com Group Plc is a multi-award winning provider of digital marketing services for the global iGaming industry. Founded in 2006, the group has a workforce of over 70 and operates from offices in Dublin, Tampa, Monaco and Malta. The group publishes websites that offer comparisons and reviews of online gambling websites in 14 national markets in 8 languages. Players use these resources to select which online gambling operators they should trust to offer a safe and honest online gambling experience. The group’s publishing assets include the leading iGaming industry portal, Gambling.com® as well as the CasinoSource℠ series of portals, among many others.
Gambling.com Group's experience in iGaming player acquisition and vast experience in driving and converting targeted traffic enable it to offer iGaming operators a deep source of new players in regulated markets.