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Galaxy Entertainment wins two IGA awards


Galaxy Entertainment Group won two awards at the International Gaming Awards ceremony in London, including Casino Operator for the seventh time.

In addition, GEG won the Charity Community Award which demonstrates GEG’s commitment to deliver world class unique experiences to its guests as well as to build a sustainable future for the communities in which it operates. It also marks the tenth consecutive year that GEG has been honoured by the IGA. 

IGA is regarded as the “Oscar” of the gaming industry and serves to highlight the achievements of outstanding online and land-based operators globally. Its judging panel comprises leading international industry professionals, analysts, investors, specialized journalists and gaming consultants. GEG has won numerous IGA accolades over the years, reflecting recognition of the Group’s performance and achievements from the international community. 

Along with its ‘World Class, Asian Heart’ service philosophy, the Group is highly regarded for its innovative and unique product offerings and the most clearly defined development pipeline among the Macau operators. GEG has the largest landbank in Macau with Cotai Phases 3 & 4 comprising approximately one million square metres. The Group is committed to supporting the Macau Government’s vision to develop Macau into a World Centre of Tourism and Leisure. 

Mr. Francis Lui, Vice Chairman of GEG, said, “We are honoured to receive these distinguished awards from the IGA. These global accolades not only recognize our service philosophy and product offerings, but also show our success in shaping the Group as a respectable brand of world class integrated resorts. We have a clear pipeline of development projects including our Cotai Phases 3 & 4 and the opportunities beyond Macau, including Hengqin, the Greater Bay Area and Japan.” 

Sharon Singleton
Sharon Singleton
Sharon Singleton is a multi-media reporter with experience ranging from website management to reporting and editing for newspapers, news agencies and television. As Managing Editor she's been working with Asia Gaming Brief since 2013 and her specialties are: Business, current affairs, fluent in Italian, French, with working knowledge of Spanish.