ICE London 2023 has drawn to a close after attracting over 65,000 visitors to the event that brings together the entire gaming industry in the heart of London.
The 3-day event saw over 650 exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations and tech in gaming, discussion on regulatory updates, and industry insights shared.
Running under the motto “Stronger Together”, this was the first ICE London in three years after a forced hiatus due to covid. The event saw exhibitors from a record 68 nations in attendance, arriving in London from Argentina to Australia, Macau to Mexico.
No other exhibition in the gaming space can come anywhere near the internationalism of ICE. To have 68 nations represented by our community of exhibitors means that visitors are immediately part of what is a global experience with unique access to the smartest gaming innovators drawn from every corner of the world.Clarion Gaming Managing Director
Among the exhibitors were many of the cryptocurrency world’s most innovative gambling platforms, including FortuneJack, BC.Game, and BitStarz.
In the Esports Arena, attendees were offered an insight into the esports world and the unenviable opportunity to compete with some of the world’s best FIFA pros. This FIFA showcase featured ShEsports pros, an all-female esports organization.
During the event, sponsors of the Consumer Protection Zone (CPZ) raised over £50,000 for safer gambling charities. The CPZ is focused on safer gambling and highlighting the latest responsible gambling tools. In its fifth year at the event, the CPZ hosted a record 20 stands. The funds raised by the CPZ will be donated to Better Change, Betknowmore, NPDG, and AGOG gambling charities.
ICE London will return in 2024 with another global showcase of the technology trends.