Totally Gaming ICE 2015 Conference to Take Place Next FebruaryPublished October 23, 2014 by Amir G
The Totally Gaming ICE 2015 Conference will take place February 3-5 next year in London.
The Totally Gaming 2015 ICE conference is set to take place in London for three full days in February 3-5 of next year. The venue for ICE 2015 will be the ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre located in the heart of London's Royal Docks, a location very easy to get to from local and international hubs.
Epic Campaign Launched
In anticipation for the convergence of ICE 2015, the event's producer Clarion Events has launched a new creative campaign focusing on its wide international appeal. Visitors to the ICE 2015 website can find an impressive movie-quality trailer inspired by the epic stories by French novelist Jules Verne, calling viewers to join a voyage of promise and opportunity into the extraordinary.
Big Expectations after ICE 2014
ICE is considered one of the online gaming world's biggest and most covered events, attracting thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors from all over the world. Last year's ICE was deemed a great success with some 23,506 attendees from 156 nations audited, setting a new record attendance for the conference. ICE 2014 also saw 515 exhibitors which traveled from all over the world to show their enterprises at London, and for next February ICE organizers are expecting the event to eclipse the already great success of 2014.
This year there will be eight individual conferences which will take place over the course of three days in ICE, looking and tackling the key issues with which the online gaming world is faced today in different ways. These conferences include among others the International Casino Conference, the World Regulatory Briefing conference and the Lotteries for the Future conference. ICE conferences are dedicated to providing solutions to key challenges met by gaming industry operators, to create opportunities and bring together professionals for fruitful networking sessions.