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ICE London continuing free to attend seminars

A number of seminars designed to heighten learning opportunities are to be continue at next year’s ICE conference.

The free to attend sessions are to continue to be made available to the international gaming community for the full duration of the ExCeL London held event.

Available on the show floor in the south gallery of the centre, the workshops have been curated to complement the pay to attend ICE VOX conference stream.

Dan Stone, Senior Marketing Manager, in addition to being responsible for ICE London, said: “Our aim is to deliver a 360 degree perspective on the industry in order to complement the full range of equipment on the show floor at ICE London, which covers every gaming vertical.

“As well as providing the ICE VOX stream of paid content, we recognise that some ICE delegates will want a less intense learning experience, and may wish just to select one or two topics of interest as part of their ICE London experience.  The seminar programme is current and informative, delivered by experts in their chosen field.”

The seminar programme covers a variety of issues, and is broken down as follow:

Tuesday February 6

  • Casino Trends from Around the World, South Gallery Room
  • Pitch ICE, Game Design Theatre N7-450
  • Totally Gaming Academy, S9-260
  • Tribal Gaming Exchange, South Gallery Room

Wednesday February 7

  • Affiliate Marketing, South Gallery Room
  • Diversity & Inclusion in Gaming, South Gallery Room
  • Italy Briefing, South Gallery Room
  • Pitch ICE, Game Design Theatre N7-450
  • Research Exchange, South Gallery Room
  • Totally Gaming Academy, S9-260

Thursday February 8

  • Totally Gaming Academy, S9-260

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