GE 2010 will take place from January 26 to 28 at London’s Earls Court Exhibition Centre alongside the co-located International Casino Exhibition Interactive (ICEi) with Clarion revealing that no fewer than 101 remote gaming firms from 20 jurisdictions have now confirmed their attendance.
The remote gaming show next month will feature 44 first-time participants occupying over 885 square metres of floor space and take the total number of exhibitors past the previous show’s total of 99.
“Demand for space has continued unabated with momentum picking up earlier and earlier each year,” said Anthony Medica, Sales Executive for Clarion Gaming. “More and more companies are realising the huge business potential on offer at ICEi and in confirming their stand requirements have demonstrated an awareness of the unmissable opportunities.
“An example of this surge in interest came out during our recent highly successful EiG Congress And Expo in Copenhagen where 14 of our newest names completed their contracts for the ICEi show.”
The full list of ICEi debutants comprises Apex Asia, AuctionBringer, BetGenius, BetRadar.com, BetTracker, Big Bang, Blue Ash Holdings, Certus, Contact Advisory Services, DOW Networks, Ecapay, e-Management, eToro, Euro Engineering, EveryMatrix, Fair Champions, Fenlex Corporate Services, Gaming Solutions, Glue Finance, Iforium, Income Access, inpay, JBC, the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, Laverock Von Schoultz, Living It Loving It, Mamo TCV Advocates, Numbers Play Hungary, Otto Malta, Pan-Index, Press Association Sport, Random Consulting, RSM Malta, RunningBall, Safenames, SecureBet, SGS Universal, SherriffGaming, Star Partners, Studio 7 Productions, Tote Direct, UGSPay.com, Vasco Data Security and Vuetec.
“The first-timers bring a wealth of new concepts, products and services to ICEi covering every conceivable facet of remote gaming and betting,” said Medica, who added: “Combine this with the stunning array already on offer from existing e-gaming suppliers together with the portfolios on display from suppliers to closely associated land-based casinos, street gaming, bingo and lottery sectors as well as the newly incorporated Betting Show and it all adds up a mouth-watering prospect for any serious gaming professional.”