Over 400 regulators from 65 jurisdictions worldwide will be present at this year’s ICE London.
UK.- The importance of ICE London to all sections of the international gaming industry has been underlined following confirmation that the 2018 edition (6-8 February, ExCeL London, U.K.) will host 411 regulators from 65 jurisdictions.
Clarion Gaming, Managing Director, Kate Chambers, who has overseen the development of ICE London into the most important gaming event in the world, said, “We are delighted to host so many regulators from such a wide geographical reach, which stretches from Argentina to Australia, Bulgaria to Brazil and Ukraine to the U.S.
“What we have with ICE London is a globally respected brand that has relevance to all elements in the gaming space, comprising gaming innovators, operators, media, trade bodies, consultants and governmental organisations including regulators. Those regulators who attend ICE have the best opportunity of the year to see the international industry in a single venue, experience the latest technological advances, and network with colleagues from different jurisdictions, as well as take the temperature of the business.”
Sir Alan Budd, whose Gambling Review Report (2001) provided the foundation for current British gambling legislation, will provide the keynote ahead of the ICE Annual Regulators Luncheon. Sir Alan, who was a founding member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee and former senior economic advisor to HM Treasury, will provide his unparalleled insight and analysis in a live interview with Dan Waugh of international strategic gambling consultancy, Regulus Partners.
ICE London is the world’s most international business-to-business gaming event, with 151 countries represented by the record 30,213 visitors who attended the 2017 edition. Featuring world-leading innovators drawn from across the gaming landscape, ICE London provides visitors with the most comprehensive shop window on the international industry. To register for 2018 edition of ICE London, which will comprise 500 exhibitors occupying a record 43,500 square meters of net space, visit the website.