ICE - 2003


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-Gaming focus at ICE

The online gaming industry will be to the fore at Januarys International Casino Exhibition (ICE) in London. The sector will be represented by no fewer than 29 exhibiting companies from 13 nations, occupying 624.1 square metres (6,715 sq.ft.) of net floor space.

The heavily branded i-Gaming Zone has more than doubled in size since it was launched at ICE in January 2001. The number of i-gaming companies represents around 20 per cent of the total exhibitor base (147) at ICE 2003. 19 of the 29 exhibiting companies are from outside the UK, making the specialist zone one of the most international showcases for i-Gaming to be found anywhere in the world. Spearheading the i-Gaming Zone group, the five largest stands will contain showcases from leading suppliers in the field based in the UK (Microgaming Systems), Sweden (Boss Media), Spain (Cirsa Interactive), Israel (Playtech) and Gaming & Entertainment Technology (Australia).

The importance of ICE to the i-gaming sector has been underlined by the number of key industry events taking place at the exhibition. The Interactive Gambling, Gaming and Betting Association (iGBBA), which is recognised by the Gaming Board of Great Britain, GamCare and the UK Governments Department of Culture Media and Sport (DCMS), holds its Annual General Meeting on Thursday 23rd January and iGGBA chairman, Nick Harding believes that the choice of venue is perfect. He explained, ICE is the premier event for us. It incorporates a far broader spectrum of sectors than any other gaming and gambling exhibition. This is our second AGM and we will be looking at key issues such as the timescale for new legislation, the licensing process and payment methods. Harding continued, This is a crucial period for i-gaming and, as the mouthpiece for the online industry in the UK, we are confident that senior representatives from the DCMS will attend the AGM to provide us with the latest updates on the governments position.

The annual Gaming Regulators Luncheon will also be held at ICE against the backdrop of deregulation. In 2002, the event was attended by over 60 individuals representing regulators from 19 jurisdictions comprising the Bahamas, Channel Islands, Denmark, Finland, France, Hungary, Israel, Kenya, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States of America.

The 2003 event, which takes place across 21st, 22nd and 23rd January at Londons Earls Court Exhibition Centre, will be the largest ICE show on record and will comprise no fewer than 147 exhibitors from 27 nations, occupying 7,270 square metres (78,225 sq.ft.) of booth space. Online ticket registration and more information can be found at Link Removed (invalid URL)
I guess we'll find out. Mary, you going? You ought to. We can eat crumpets, drink tea, and visit the Queen. Or eat blood stew, drink warm beer, and hang out in Soho.
Little bit confused why Spear reckons he'll have to eat Indian again.

Many things to eat.

Pie,mash and jellied eels with green sauce.

Can't stand it myself.

Prefer a bhuna.

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Andromica Video Systems
Ariella Fashions Ltd
Aristocrat Technologies Europe
Asahi Seiko (Europe) Ltd
Astra Games
Atronic International GmbH
Bally Gaming and Systems
Belgian Gaming Technology
Bell Med Ltd
Bellatrix Gaming Technology Oy Ab
Berwin Leighton Paisner
Bingo Technology Manufacturing
Boss Media AB
Bourgogne Et Grasset
Cammegh Ltd
Carat Technology d.o.o
Caro Developpement
Carta Mundi NV
CashCode Company Inc
Casino City Press
Casino International
Casino Reality
Casino Supplies GmbH
Casino Technology
Casino World
Casinos de Latinoamerica
CEW International S.L.
Chartwell Technology Inc.
Cirsa Interactive
Coincastle Leisure Corporation (CLC) Bvb
Coinmaster Gaming Plc
Creative Edge
Cyberview Technology Ltd
Dallmeier Electronic UK Ltd
De La Rue Cash Systems
Densitron Technologies Plc
DEQ Casinos Ltd
Dot com Entertainment Group
Dyna Co. Ltd
Elaut N.V
Eleven Products
Empire Casino Recruitment & Consultancy
Eurocoin Ltd
EUROMAT d.o.o.
Evona Electronic
Fast Video Security (UK) Ltd
First Multimedia Group
Fournier Playing Cards
France Especes
Franco Gaming Ltd
Gamer Entertainment Products
Games Magazine
Gaming & Entertainment Technology
Gaming Support
Gasser Chair Company, Inc
Giesecke & Devrient GB Ltd
GLI - Europe B V
Global Cash Access
Global Payment Technologies (Europe) Ltd
Gold Club D.O.O.
Grandes Casinos de Espana
Grosvenor Casino
Henacre Ltd
I Global Ltd
IGames Entertainment
IGT Europe b.v.
IGW Software
Industrial Powersports
Industrias Lorenzo S.A
Integrated Games Corporation
Interblock D.O.O
InterGaming / IGWB
John Huxley (Casino Equip) Ltd
John Marks
Kare Technology
Kema Quality
Konami Australia Pty Ltd
Laverock von Schoultz
Livebet Online
Martin Williams Casino Equipment
Matsui Gaming Machine Co. Ltd.
Mauquoy Token Company
Micro Clever Consulting
Microgaming Systems
Mikohn Europe B.V.
MIS Group
Money Controls
Novomatic - Austrian Gaming Industries
NRC Touch Gaming
Octavian International Ltd
Optical Mark Systems
Orion Gaming BV
Osborne Coinage Company / IDX Inc
P&P Projects BV
Patir-Design & Production
Perconta F Zimmermann GmbH & Co
Prestige Seating Technology (UK) Ltd
Recreativos Franco S.A.
River City Group, The
Sega Gaming Technology (Europe) Ltd
Sensormatic AG
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Signs 4U B.V.
Simon O'Neill Design and Promotions
SMI - Software & Messtechnik Institut
Spintek Ltd
Structured Data Systems Pty Ltd
T Dal Negro SpA
TCS Group
Tech Art
Technology House Ltd
Unidesa Gaming
Unique Camera Systems
Universal Distributing of Nevada Inc
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Veka Systems bv
Virtual Exchange Online Inc
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