ICE became the United Nations of gaming
The most important gaming event of the year will be held at ExCel, London, next February.
UK.- ICE Totally Gaming 2017 could be considered as the United Nations of gaming, following confirmation that a total of 67 jurisdictions and sovereign states will be represented on the show floor at next month’s event from February 7-9, at ExCeL Centre, London. Excluding host nation, the United Kingdom, the countries that will have double digit representation at the world’s favourite gaming event are, Malta (46 exhibitors), United States of America (37), Isle of Man (23) Italy (19), Germany (13), Slovenia (12), Spain (12), Czech Republic (11), Taiwan (11) and Austria (10).
Announcing the figures, Kate Chambers, Managing Director of the Gaming Division at Clarion, said: “We are delighted that, once again, we have so many countries represented on the ICE show floor. Gaming professionals have the opportunity to attend local shows, regional shows and multi-national business events such as ICE. Each format has its own individual characteristics, but it is only the really big industry gatherings that enable operators to identify and experience the landmark products, the new technologies and the game changing trends that will impact their business. If operators are looking to make informed purchasing decisions, then ICE is the arena in which they can experience the entire world of gaming over three days.”
The remaining jurisdictions and sovereign states with exhibitors at ICE are: Alderney, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Belgium, Belize, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, Curacao, Cyprus, Denmark, Dubai, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Israel, Japan, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malaysia, Moldova, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and The Virgin Islands.