“I am delighted to have both Tom Veitch and Helen Walton officially open the 2016 edition of ICE,” said Kate Chambers, who was in charge of ICE 2016’s marketing campaign.
UK.- ICE Totally Gaming 2016 edition is about to begin at 9.55 am in ExCel, London, with the cutting of the ribbon by Tom Veitch, founder of Eurocoin, and Helen Walton, co-founder Marketing Director of Gamevy -company that is a debutante in this event-. The opening is outside the ICE Press Lounge.
As one of the 16 pioneer exhibitors, Eurocoin is now showcasing its latest innovative products featuring their rich heritage and their search for new to improvements for this year’s gaming industry . “It’s a great privilege and honour to be asked to officially open an event in which I like to think we have played a small part in helping to develop into what it is today, the world’s biggest and most influential gaming event. The Eurocoin senior management team has made it a policy to bring the very latest gaming technologies of the day to each edition since we first exhibited and I believe that many major milestones in the company’s history can be traced back to contacts made at, or business wins achieved at the London show. It is a very important part of our heritage but more significantly, a very important part of Eurocoin’s future,” commented Tom Veitch.
Meanwhile, Gamevy obtained the privilege to be the first winner of Pitch ICE competition for fledgling business that turns into an exhibitor debutante in 2016. After perceiving a 900 percent of growth in 2015’s revenue, Helen Walton is sure that this was thanks to their experience at ICE 2015, they are excited about their role in the opening of the “most dynamic marquee event.” Walton added: “There’s no doubt ICE was a game-changer for us. Winning Pitch ICE was the catalyst that helped us find investment, sign our first two customers and make a major change in our strategy. This year we have even bigger and more ambitious plans. We’ve chosen to announce all of our new games at ICE – that’s not just one or two innovations – but a raft of revolutionary new gameshows, scratch and slots!”