Malta tops international exhibitor league table as the world of gaming innovation comes to ICE

The event features innovators drawn from the casino, betting, bingo, lottery, mobile, online and street sectors.

The exhibition will bring together the entire gaming world next February at the ExCel Centre, London.

UK.- The latest exhibitor data released by organisers of next month’s ICE exhibition confirm that Malta will be the most represented nation on the show floor of the Gaming Technopolis.
With 34 exhibitors the country tops the ICE international league table, followed by United States (23), Italy (18), Germany (13), Spain (11), Austria, Gibraltar & Slovenia (all 9) and Cyprus, Czech Republic and Netherlands (8 each).

Marketing Director, Jo Mayer, explained that those numbers “clearly demonstrate that ICE is the most international business-to-business gaming exhibition, both in terms of visitors and exhibitors”. She also stated that including host nation, the UK, “ICE visitors will have access to the very best gaming innovators from a total of 62 nations, a statistic which is unrivalled in the sector.”

Furthermore, Mayer said: “The ability to meet, engage and discuss gaming solutions with innovators from throughout the world and in the process, get a truly international perspective as opposed to just a national or continental interpretation, goes some way to explaining why ICE represents such an invaluable opportunity for business and why so many industry professionals ensure they attend ICE – the pop-up gaming city where ideas flourish, contacts are made and where discussions are all about the future.”

At last year edition, ICE secured a record attendance of 25,497, drawn from 133 nations. The 2015 figures -audited independently- reflect that the attendance represented an 8 percent increase on the 2014 figures and the difference raised to a 15 percent on 2013.

To register for tickets and for more information on ICE & the ICE Conference programme, visit: www.icetotallygaming.com.

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