Nominations across 12 categories designed to reward outstanding achievement and innovation in the Dutch gaming sector – entry window closes midnight on 30th May
The inaugural Responsibility in Gaming Awards is now open for entries.
Designed to reward outstanding performance andresponsible practice in the Dutch gaming sector, the Awards feature a broad range of categories for operators, service providers, social care organizations, and individuals.
Entering the awards
Completely free and easy to enter, the Responsibility in Gaming Awards are open to all companies with a license obtained from the Netherlands Gaming Authority (De Kansspelautoriteit).
There are 12 categories available to enter:
- Responsible Gaming Initiative of the Year
- Best Use of Technology for Responsible Gaming
- Governance, Oversight and Social Care Organization of the Year
- Operator of the Year
- Gaming Destination of the Year (Small)
- Gaming Destination of the Year (Medium)
- Gaming Destination of the Year (Large)
- Female Role Model of the Year
- Marketing Campaign of the Year
- Digital Product of the Year
- Gaming Industry Ambassador of the Year
- Industry Innovation of the Year
Those wishing to enter the awards must do so by midnight on 30th May 2018.
The Responsibility in Gaming Awards are based on the utmost integrity and transparency, and will be judged by a panel of independent judges following a stringent judging process.
Attending the event
Winners will be announced at an exclusive ceremony taking place in Amsterdam, following day one of the 7th annual Gaming in Holland Conference, during an unmissable evening of celebration and networking.
Visitors of the Gaming in Holland Conference are welcome to attend the Responsibility in Gaming Awards Dinner without any additional charge. If you would like to attend the conference, please book your ticket here.
We also have a limited number of seats available for individual non-conference visitors on a first-come, first-serve basis. Book your tickets here.
Willem van Oort, founder of Gaming in Holland, said: “These awards are launched at a vitally important time for the Dutch gaming sector. I am delighted that they are supported by so many key stakeholders and excited to see the industry getting the recognition it deserves.”
For more information on Responsibility in Gaming Awards entry or judging process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org