rganised in partnership with the world renowned International Association of Gaming Advisers (IAGA), the “ICE CEO Debate” will feature thought leaders including Richard Haddrill, CEO Bally Technologies; Patti Hart, CEO IGT; Jim Ryan, CEO, Party Gaming and Constantinos Antonopoulos, CEO Intralot.
The Who's Who? of the gaming world will review and debate current issues, identify the opportunities facing the industry and provide an analysis of the outlook.
Kate Chambers, Show Director responsible for ICE Totally Gaming, believes the calibre of representatives participating in the ICE CEO Debate reflects positively on the status of the exhibition and how it is perceived by the international gaming industry at large. She explained: "We've always said that what takes place on the show floor is only part of the ICE story. The ICE CEO Debate and events such as the Gaming Regulators luncheon are really significant gatherings which impact the future direction of the sectors that ICE serves.
"We've worked extremely closely with IAGA, whose President Gavin Issacs has been instrumental in bringing the ICE CEO Debate to fruition. I'm pleased to say that ICE is now part of IAGA's calendar of international events and we look forward to welcoming their many members to ICE Totally Gaming in London."
The International Association of Gaming Advisors is a non-profit professional corporation comprising attorneys, financial experts, casino executives and regulators in the gaming industries. Formed in 1980 and with 500 members worldwide, it is dedicated to the study and development of gaming law.
The ICE CEO Debate, which is open to all show attendees on a first come first served basis, takes place on Tuesday 25th January, in Balcony Seminar Theatre 1 at 11.00am. It will be filmed for future broadcast on www.icetotallygaming.com.