Mobile takes centre stage at ICE 2014

    Published in: Latest IntelligenceThe ICE International Gaming Show wrapped up in London, U.K. this week, with organisers hailing the event as one of the biggest and best ever. With more than 500 exhibitors from 57 countries showcasing the latest in products and services for the gaming industry.  Organisers Clarion Events said a 48-hour strike on London’s Underground, that wreaked travel chaos throughout the city, did little to deter visitors, or dampen the buzz at the show. Visitor numbers were easily up with those of 2013’s second day, while day one saw a record 17,000 visitors, Clarion said.Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union and the Transport Salaried Staffs Association walked off the job in protest at plans to close down ticket offices. Simon Thomas, chief executive of Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square, was cited by local media as saying it’s “frankly embarrassing” that ICE would be disrupted. “Gaming industry executives...

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