Journalist Patrick J O Brien met some of the top CEOs exhibiting at ICE Totally Gaming in London
The global reach and international appeal of ICE London is already reason enough for gaming professionals from 151 nations to attend. The industry views ICE Totally Gaming in exceptionally high regard. The formula, it seems, for creating successful exhibitions such as ICE London is a straightforward approach. You gather an international line-up of quality, innovative companies. These attract an international community of gaming professionals in turn, and this year over 30,000 people are due to attend this three day event.
Malta is well represented by more than 40 exhibitors, spearheaded once again by the participation of the Malta Gaming Authority. The MGA’s Executive Chairman, Joseph Cuschieri, will participate in a Regulators’ Question Time Session as part of the debate entitled: “Harnessing a Hybrid Solution: Application for Blockchain for Traditional Online Operators.” This will look into how regulators could make use of Blockchain in their activities.
An contingent of Malta-based firms will be in attendance. These include NetRefer, a leading provider in Unified Performance Marketing, BDO, CSB Group, EMD, and an array of betting and casinos companies. The ground floor will see presentations by employees from companies like Multi Group (of MultiLotto and LottoWarehouse fame) and a total of 62 nation states and jurisdictions will be represented by exhibitors on the show floor, a fact which underlines the unique international credentials of ICE London.
Prominent British Economist, Sir Alan Budd will provide the keynote ahead of the ICE Annual Regulators Luncheon. Sir Alan Budd was a founding member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee, as well as a former senior economic adviser to HM Treasury. His Gambling Review Report (2001) provided the foundation for current British gambling legislation, and he will provide his unparalleled insight and analysis in a live interview.