Casino Journal’s Best New Table Games Competition is designed to recognize new table games and their inventors, companies and promoters, whose new games have the best combination of player appeal, ease of understanding, and potential commercial success.
Held during Casino Journal's Cutting Edge Table Games Conference, this competition is open to exhibitors and are judged by you!
Attendees of Casino Journal's Cutting Edge Table Games Conference will have the opportunity to get some serious play time on new table games during the competition, which gives you the chance to get hands-on and have fun with the latest games.
The Winners of Casino Journal's 2018 Best New Table Games Competition are:
Gold - Poker Burnout, Presented by: Casino Gaming Development
Silver - Ricochet Poker, Presented by: Ricochet Poker
Bronze - Multiplier Blackjack, Presented by: Multiplier Blackjack
Interested in Entering a Game in the Competition? Download Casino Journal's Best New Table Games of 2019 Competition Rules and Interactive Entry Form or contact Sean Bogle, Sales Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-786-1719.
Interested in Becoming a Host Property for the 2019 Gold Winner? Please contact Charles Anderer at email@example.com or (914) 948-5758.
Rule Interpretation, Amendment and Enforcement and Resolution of Disputes
If there is a dispute or disagreement between two or more exhibitors, Show Management’s determination and interpretation of the rules and regulations governing the Exhibition will be binding on the Exhibitor(s). Management will have full power in the matter of interpretation, amendment and enforcement of all rules and regulations, and any such amendments when made and brought to the notice of the Exhibitor(s) will become part of the Contract.
If a dispute or disagreement arises between exhibitors concerning the allotment of permitted use of exhibition space or concerning interpretation of any of the rules or regulations such dispute will be referred to Show Management for review and interpretation, and Exhibitor(s) will abide by said interpretation by Show Management. If Exhibitor(s) fails to comply, then Show Management (i) may immediately terminate Exhibitor’s rights to the Booth Space and Exhibitor’s participation in the Exhibition, (ii) terminate this Contract with Cause, and (iii) sell the Booth Space at public or private sale.