Clarion Gaming Gearing Up for ICE London
It’s the biggest annual B2B event of the year, and arguably the most important on the iGaming calendar. We’re referring of course to ICE London, with the next event scheduled for 5 – 7 February, 2018, at ExCel, London. Each year, industry participants have the perfect opportunity to really go to town by putting their products and services on display for the world to see. The event enjoys worldwide media coverage and in terms of global exposure, it probably does not get any better than ICE London.
Software developers, hardware manufacturers, service providers, supply chain management companies – just about anyone who is doing anything in the entertainment industry – come from all four corners of the globe to be a part of the entertainment convention of the year.
Honouring The Industry
One such company is the celebrated Clarion Gaming. In keeping with the convention’s theme, #spiritofgenius, the company has elected to really go to town with a celebration of the sheer genius of the international industry.
Kate Chambers, Managing Director at Clarion, spoke excitedly about the fact that the company believed that it was high time that someone focused on the industry’s massive contributions towards the development of brand new technology. Chambers pointed out that the technology developed and contributed to by the iGaming industry is generally not solely for applications related to gaming, but is utilised to the benefit of all people, whether this type of entertainment is their pastime of choice, or not.
Chambers spoke excitedly about that fact that the sheer size of London ICE, with more than 600 brands displaying their products with utmost pride, is what makes the annual event something to really look forward to with great anticipation.
Acknowledging Industry Contributions
The company will be putting its money where its mouth is, with the focus of their upcoming display being the sheer genius that drives the industry. In many ways, it’s an ode to a series of inventions that have changed the world, with many of the inventions having been driven into being by the gaming industry.
Chambers pointed out that the upcoming event will be the largest of its kind, with the show floor comprising of more than 45,500 square metres.