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ICE Sets New April Dates

ICE Sets New April  Dates

ICE London has been rescheduled for April 12-14 at the ExCeL Centre. Last month, Clarion Gaming, the organizer of ICE, announced that the show would be moved from its original schedule of February 1-3 because of concerns about the uptick of positive Covid-19 cases around the world. In addition to moving ICE London, Clarion also said the iGB Affiliate London will be held April 13 and 14, and ICE VOX, which includes the World Regulatory Briefing and the International Casino Conference, will be held April 11-12.

“What for many buyers and brands is becoming the most influential week in world gaming succeeds in bringing together upwards of 700 exhibitors to the ExCeL Exhibition Centre, and I would like to pay tribute to the ExCeL senior management team which has worked tirelessly alongside us over the Christmas break in order to accommodate events of this magnitude and help us to deliver the best possible solution to our stakeholders,” said Stuart Hunter, managing director, Clarion Gaming.

“During all of our intensive discussions we have been resolute in our commitment to avoid a clash with the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention (April 19 -22) in Anaheim, California, and have been in close contact with colleagues at the National Indian Gaming Association who in turn have been extremely sensitive to the circumstances caused by the omicron variant. Again, I would like to put on the record my thanks for their understanding and support. We will continue to work through any remaining challenges with all of our clients and stakeholders and support them with their preparations and planning for what is the world’s biggest and most influential gaming industry gathering.”

Last month, Clarion announced a long-term agreement with NIGA to produce the trade show.

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