What’s So Special About ICE?

There are many exhibitions in the gaming industry. Yet, there’s just one that prides itself to be the most sought-after in the sector. Indeed, London’s ICE event held last year gathered 33,000 attendants from 150 countries. Among them, over 8,500 operators showcased their product. But the annual event is far more than a mere exhibition of the latest innovations and games. It’s also a fabulous opportunity to network. And a chance to have some fun together with other people from the gaming industry.

Insight with Lots of Fun

In essence, ICE gives its visitors an insight into everything related to the industry. It features all the branches of the industry, from land-based casinos to online brands. Plus, it covers all the verticals, from Sports Betting to Lottery. Visitors enjoy new games, slots, and innovations every year on the floor. But the event is much more than just trying out new products. Indeed, free seminars offer valuable insight from key industry players. In general, the exhibition holds lots of presentations and networking opportunities. But to attend them, visitors need to register and pay first on the Vox website.

What’s So Special About ICE?

Bigger Than Ever

What’s more, the event is getting more prominent and more popular every year, and the attendance grew by 11% last year. Still, the organisers promise even more next time. The exhibition counts with an impressive list of partners. ICE London takes place at ExCeL every year in February, and in 2019 it will be no different.

To sum up

The next show will happen from Tuesday to Thursday, February 5 to 7, 2019. The exhibition’s door will open from 10 am to 4 pm. The opening hours will allow for enough time for social networking after the closing. And also for enjoying London, the bustling capital with all its offering. The sights, the cultural venues, and the sports events add up for a great background to have some good time. ICE is free to attend, and industry visitors only need to register via the event’s main website. Visitors outside the sector must register as press.