ICE organisers have announced that many of gaming’s most influential trade associations and representative bodies have confirmed their attendance at next year’s exhibition which takes place at the ExCeL Centre, London (3rd-5th February).
The 26 strong list of organisations heading for London in February comprises; AGEM, American Gaming Association, Association of British Bookmakers, Bingo Association, eCogra, European Association for the Study of Gambling, European Casino Association, European Gaming and Betting Association, European Sports Security Association, Gambling Commission, Gambling Portal Web Masters Association, Gambling Therapy, GamCare, Gaming Regulators European Forum, Gaming Standards Association, Gibraltar Betting & Gaming Association, IAGA, Interactive Gaming Council, International Association of Gaming Regulators, International Masters of Gaming Law, International Social Games Association, National Casino Forum, National Gaming Academy, Remote Gambling Association, The Responsible Gambling Trust, and the World Lottery Association.
Kate Chambers, Portfolio Director responsible for ICE, said: “Whilst the primary function of an international event such as ICE is based around the commercial exchange of new products and services, the exchange of knowledge, information and ideas have become increasingly important. It has been well documented that most, if not all of gaming’s transformational products have been launched at ICE. But as well as being the commercial centre for world gaming, ICE is increasingly the industry’s political hub and the landmark event at which policy is debated and decided by many of the industry’s most influential trade bodies. We are committed to work in partnership with our trade association partners to ensure that ICE remains at the centre of all things gaming and in the process delivers on behalf of all of its community of stakeholders.”