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Growth Gurus, a marketing agency based in Malta, won the ‘Marketing Agency of the Year’ award at the SiGMA Asia Gaming Awards.

The agency was nominated alongside other leading international agencies from Abu Dhabi, Portugal, Latvia, and Serbia.

“We are humbled yet so proud to announce the [award]! Aside from our persistence, process, and passion, this award is all about the people who make the Growth Gurus team,” CEO Joshua O’Cock said.

“I wish we could have all been on stage to receive this award. Here’s to many more to come,” he continued.

Founded in 2015 by Mr O’Cock and Alex Thomson, Growth Gurus specialises in digital marketing with extensive experience in the iGaming, blockchain, and tech B2B industries.

This is far from the agency’s first prestigious title, having previously been named ‘Marketing Company of the Year’ at the Best in the Business Awards, ‘Best iGaming Service Provider’ at the Malta Gaming Excellence Awards, and ‘Best Employer’ at the Entrepreneur of the Year awards.

In its years of service, Growth Gurus has worked with a series of leading local and international companies, such as Hudson Group, The Phoenicia, SiGMA, and NSERVE.

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