Clarion Gaming confirms ICE 2021 postponement

Clarion Gaming has this morning confirmed that its flagship ICE London and iGB Affiliate conferences have been postponed for a further year.

The corporate events company had planned to host smaller editions of its ICE and iGB shows at London’s ExCeL exhibition centre from 29 June – 1 July 2021.

However, following concerns from industry stakeholders, the organiser has been forced to postpone its shows for a second year running.

“Based on requests from its customer base, the next edition of ICE London will take place at ExCeL London (1-3 February 2022) alongside iGB Affiliate London (3-5 February)”, Clarion Gaming detailed in its statement.

The company noted that its decision had been welcomed by key conference partners for placing safety and well-being first during what has been an unprecedented period for global business.

Despite significant changes to its conference schedule, Clarion maintained that it plans to host an ‘enhanced edition’ of its iGB Live marketing show which retains its venue of the RAI Amsterdam from 28 September to 1 October.

“We are totally focused on helping all sectors of the industry bounce back from what has been a horrendous year,” commented Clarion Gaming managing director Stuart Hunter.

“ICE London and sister event IGB Affiliate London both stand shoulder to shoulder with their communities and the team is ready and primed to help our loyal stakeholders wherever they are and in any way possible.

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