The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) is celebrating a return to the ICE London 2022 conference, held at the ExCEL centre this week.
The move to return to the event, held between 12th and 14th April, and which features more than 450 exhibitors from across the globe, with over 30,000 visitors, was celebrated by MGA CEO Carl Brincat.
He commented: “We are delighted to return to ICE London 2022. This EXPO is an excellent opportunity to engage with industry stakeholders from across the globe.
“After last year’s absence, one of our priorities this year will be reconnecting. Whether it be with colleagues, operators or other regulators, we look forward to fruitful collaborations.”
The regulatory body is exhibiting at an impressive multilevel stall, designed by a local brand consultancy firm Redorange Image Consultants, whose CEO and owner Daniel Abela celebrated on social media.
“It’s that time of year when our creations come to life at ICE London,” he said.
Reflecting on the design process, he added: “We were once again given the opportunity to explore new styles and lines… sophistication, class and functionality all merged into one. Well done team.”
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