Most influential trade and gaming associations, as well as some representative bodies have confirmed their attendance of ICE 8th conference that will occur on 3rd-5th February, 2015 in ExCel Centre, London. The conference is one of the leading trade events in gaming, and for the eighth time already ICE organizers are working on the creation of detailed case studies, interactive discussions of the latest gaming trends, and helpful tips on improving gaming networking and customer service.
So far, 26 influential companies have confirmed their attendance at the nest year’s ICE exhibition: AGEM, European Sports Security Association, Bingo Association, American Gaming Association, European Association for the Study of Gambling, Gambling Commission, Association of British Bookmakers, European Casino Association, eCogra, Gambling Portal Web Masters Association, European Gaming and Betting Association, GamCare, Gambling Therapy, Gaming Standards Association, Gaming Regulators European Forum, IAGA, Gibraltar Betting & Gaming Association, International Association of Gaming Regulators, Interactive Gaming Council, International Social Games Association, International Masters of Gaming Law, National Gaming Academy, National Casino Forum, The Responsible Gambling Trust, the World Lottery Association, and Remote Gambling Association. All of the mentioned above bodies are considered leading gaming associations, spreading their influence all across Europe as well as internationally.
Kate Chambers, Portfolio Director responsible for ICE organization, comments on the event in a highly positive manner. She believes that the 8th exhibition is going to break the ice and strengthen ICE position in the gaming market. She says that one of the primary goals of the event is to share experience about latest trends, gaming practices, and trade news in the industry. That is why such attention from the leading European and international gaming bodies is highly promising and may lead to profitable collaboration in the future. In addition, Chambers points out that a lot of international gaming products have previously been introduced during ICE conferences, and hopes that the trend will remain relevant for the years to come. According to Ms. Chambers, ICE staff is committed to their work, their partnerships with leading international bodies, and to the expansion of similar partnerships in the future.