The new learning experience at ICE 2017, ICE VOX, has received significant support from a host of gaming’s top thought leaders and commercial partners.
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]CE VOX, the new concept in learning, which is being launched at ICE 2017, has gathered widespread support from gaming’s leading thought leaders and commercial partners.
Gaming’s newest knowledge exchange and educational platform, which replaces ICE Conferences, has attracted the support of organisations including the American Gaming Association, AAMS, Caesars, National Crime Agency, Ladbrokes, SAZKA Group, New Scotland Yard, Michigan Lottery, FIFA, William Hill, PokerStars and Unibet.
Commercial partners to have endorsed the ICE VOX vision number iovation, Betcade LLC, Kount, VASCO Data Security, RSA Fraud & Risk Intelligence, Bounce Exchange and UltraPlay.
Greg Saint, Event Director responsible for ICE Totally Gaming and ICE VOX, said: “We have invested considerable resource creating the ICE VOX brand, which is a radical and contemporary reinterpretation of the learning experience. Our aim is to provide our customers and broader stakeholder community with a truly engaging experience which puts attendees at the centre of learning, courtesy of a programme of high-value learning and networking modules. Our streams for 2017 include: International Casino Conference; World Regulatory Briefing; Cross-Platform & Multi-Channel Gaming; Modernising Lotteries; Data Science & Personalisation; BetMarkets; Cybercrime, Security and Regulatory Compliance in Gaming, and Game Design and Development.
“ICE offers unique opportunities to engage with the industry’s leading authorities and thought leaders at ICE VOX and then meet with the teams responsible for creating the very latest technologies from a show floor of over 500 exhibitors. It’s an exciting time for knowledge hungry professionals and I’m confident that the new features we are introducing, such as the ICE VOX Visionaries, the ICE VOX Big Debate and the ICE VOX Labs, will become popular features of the learning experience.”