ICE Conferences has confirmed its status as the biggest learning and knowledge-exchange event in world gaming. The 2016 agenda, which has been published this week, comprises of over 64 hours of learning opportunities, delivered by 140 thought leaders drawn from both within and outside the international gaming community.
The eight strong programme opens with the International Casino Conference on Monday February 1. Organized in partnership with the European Casino Association, the ICC is being held at the UK’s award winning Hippodrome, central London.
The ICC is followed by Modernising Lotteries: Retail & Digital; Data Insight & Business Intelligence and a programme dedicated to Cross-Platform & Multi-Channel Gaming.
Wednesday February 3, the final full day of ICE Conferences, will feature Game Design & Development; World Regulatory Briefing; Betmarkets and Cybercrime, Security & Regulatory Compliance.
The threat of Cybercrime and the importance of combatting it, is reflected in the decision to include an add-on workshop led by the specialist Organised Crime Command based at New Scotland Yard.
“Our invitation to the world gaming community in 2016 is to ‘Enter The Gaming Technopolis’. This applies equally to ICE Conferences at which the subject matter and content is designed to help prepare international business for the technological, regulatory and social challenges and opportunities which lie ahead,” said ICE marketing director Jo Mayer.