Huge Expectations for ICE 2016Published January 30, 2016 by Florin P
The last preparations are taking place at ExCel London, as the highly anticipated ICE 2016 event is about to kick off.
The ExCel London will be the gracious host for this year’s ICE Totally Gaming conference, one of the biggest events in the iGaming industry. Action starts on February 2 and will conclude two days later, while bringing together industry leaders and tens of thousands of visitors. During these 3 packed days, participants will have the chance to exchange valuable information, while attending seminars, exhibits and conferences.
Expert Speakers to Cover Popular Topics
ICE Totally Gaming is arguably the highlight of February for all those who play a role in the iGaming industry and the buzz started earlier this month in Las Vegas. ExCel London will host the event, but players are invited to free their mind and enter a virtual gaming hub of the future. Commonly referred to as the Gaming Technopolis, it is the place where industry leaders will showcase their latest products.
Those who attend an event of such magnitude for the first time will be swept off their feet by the hundreds of gaming products. Speakers from all over the world are expected to cover popular topics, hence provide the audience with a glance at what the future will bring. Online casinos and operators will have the chance to interact with developers and regulators, in an event that will shape the industry.
High Expectations after ICE Totally Gaming 2015
Last year, the event attracted in excess of €25,000 and set the bar pretty high, so those attending in 2016 will have high expectations. Major game developers, the biggest casino operators and bookmakers are going to be present at the ExCel London to share their insights.
Most of those who choose to participate are interested in the networking opportunities, but also the free seminars where they can exchange ideas. The organizers expect the ICE Totally Gaming 2016 to be a record-breaking event with attendees from nearly 150 countries.