ICE VOX Prophets to Discuss the Future of Bet Markets at ICE 2017Published January 7, 2017 by Florin P
On February 7-9 ICE Totally Gaming returns to London with a brand new competition called ICE VOX Prophets and two more challenges.
ICE Totally Gaming returns to London on February 7 and a record audience is expected. For three days, this launch pad for gaming innovation will bring together industry leaders, entrepreneurs and regulators. The conference will provide them with the opportunity to arrange meetings, make contacts and establish lucrative partnerships. Two popular competitions will return and also a brand new challenge that goes by the name of ICE VOX Prophets.
Experts to Debate the Future of Gambling
Operator Challenge and Game To Watch Competition will provide participants with a chance to showcase their knowledge and achievements. For a third year in a row the Operator Challenge will have suppliers discussing the top five iGaming challenges. Participants will have five minutes to indicate their solutions in a convincing manner and the best ideas will be rewarded.
Those interested in being a part of the Game to Watch Competition need to sign up before January 9. Indie game developers will have the chance to step into the spotlight and present their latest creations to established names in the gaming industry. Only the top five developers will have this opportunity.
ICE VOX Prophets will Rock ICE 2017
The highlight of the event is the brand new competition called ICE VOX Prophets. Those who think that they know where the betting industry is heading are expected to share their insights. This new challenge is a part of the ICE VOX 2017 BetMarkets programme and will reward the 5 top proposals.
Those selected will have five minutes to convince the audience that their predictions are the most likely to come true. The ICE VOX Prophets challenge promises to be highly interactive, as the audience will be the one to decide the winner. Like-minded, knowledgeable individuals are expected to attend this year’s convention, so they are likely to make an informed decision.