IGA Group has confirmed it is participating at the ICE 2023 conference, to be held at the ExCEL centre in London.
Last year, a steady stream of iGaming companies had announced their withdrawal from the long awaited, delayed ICE London event citing COVID, Brexit and an adjusted date. This year, the expo will return between 7-9th February 2023.
This year, the event returns to its usual dates, and is highly anticipated by the iGaming industry veterans and upstarts alike, with professionals excited for the opportunity, not just to build and strengthen existing business relationships, but to also see people in person.
ICE London is a leading iGaming conference, considered as an excellent opportunity to reconnect with all the stakeholders of the industry from across the globe. Whether it will be with gaming operators or different regulators, “IGA Group always look forward to fruitful collaborations,” a company spokesperson said.
Having participated in previous ICE editions, IGA group is an end-to-end solution for gaming operators. “Our expertise covers the whole spectrum of operator activities: Legal, Finance, Payment Solutions, Online Gaming Regulation, Licensing, Compliance Solutions, Anti-Money Laundering, Technical Solutions, Corporate, SEO, Company Formation, Mergers and Acquisitions, Real Estate, Office Space and more.”
ICE 2023 is expected to comprise nearly 450 exhibitors, plus 150 companies that will be exhibiting at the co-located iGB Affiliate London.
IGA Group representatives will look forward to meeting both current and potential new clients on their stand, located at N7-251.
Photo by ICE London
UNITED24 was set up by the Ukrainian government to provide a secure platform for donors to raise funds for medical aid, defence and demining and rebuilding Ukraine
Live across its home territory, BetMarket was initially launched in 1997 and started out as purely a bingo and slot games operator but has steadily grown into the world of sport
Today’s action comes just a week after the Commission fined two operators owned by Kindred Group plc a combined £7.2 million (€8.9 million) and is the largest enforcement case taken on by the regulator
Dirk will be responsible for continuing with the delivery of Pariplay’s aggregation platform rollout in key regulated markets worldwide