Gambling Business Group Announces Support For ICE Exhibition

Arthur M. - January 12, 2015

The British Gambling Business Group has given its backing to the ICE Totally Gaming Exhibition to be held in London on February 3-5, 2015.

The 2015 ICE Totally Gaming Exhibition is due to be held at London's ExCel centre from 3rd to 5th February, and the recently formed Gambling Business Group (GBG), has given ICE its support.

ICE and GBG are seen as a natural fit, with GBG CEO Peter Hannibal saying that ''All our member organisations either exhibit at ICE or if they are operators, visit ICE as of our unique strengths is our ability to talk about all gaming types across all sectors, a feature which sits perfectly with the Totally Gaming remit of ICE.''

Speaking on behalf of ICE, Julian Graves said ''I'm delighted to be able to welcome the Gambling Business Group and look forward to the insight they will bring and the contributions they will make to the ICE experience.''

ICE Totally Gaming Exhibition

The ICE Totally Gaming Exhibition is the largest event for the gaming trade, with the major players of the industry from around the world all coming to London. Representatives can visit the many seminars that take place, attend product launches, network and see high profile speakers, including operators, legal experts, game suppliers and more.

About The GBG

The Gambling Business Group was set up in 2014 to look after the interests of the industry, and has already proved to be very successful, with its members having some 70% market share, with around 64,000 employees. Founded by Peter Hannibal and former British Amusement and Catering Trades Association president Nick Harding, the GBG represents pubs, casinos, bingo halls, online operators, games developers and licensed betting shops.


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