International edition
September 19, 2021

A 1,610 sqm feature comprising 31 firms

New Sports Betting Village to be unveiled at ICE show

(UK).- Visitors to ICE Totally Gaming 2013 in London next February will have access to the first ‘ICE Sports Betting Village’ - a dedicated feature within the Totally Gaming exhibition comprising 31 companies occupying some 1,610 square metres of space.


nnouncing the launch of the new feature, Jason Miller, Group Sales Manager at ICE Totally Gaming said: “The Sports Betting Village represents a vibrant new feature which will provide Sports Book companies with the dedicated home that they have been asking for and which, until now, we simply have not been able to provide due to the restrictions of being at Earls Court.  However our new home at ExCeL London is a modern, purpose-built venue and one which provides the opportunity for exhibitors to make a real impression and present the full power of their brands in an imaginative and creative way.  The ICE Sports Betting Village really is a show within a show and we are confident that it will deliver a positive business experience for ICE exhibitors and visitors alike.”

The companies exhibiting within the ICE Sports Betting Village comprise: Top Betta (Australia), Global-Bet (Malta), HappyBet (Malta), Vegas-Genco D.O.O (Serbia), SBTech limited (Netherlands Antilles), CBCX Betting Systems (Austria), Shopworks (United Kingdom), UWin4U (Malta), GBI Racing (United Kingdom), Tote Direct (United Kingdom), WeZZet (British Virgin Islands), Golden Bet (Malta), Sporting Solutions (United Kingdom), RunningBall (United Kingdom), Gaming Synergies (Malta), PlanetWin365 (Austria), COX UK (United Kingdom), Meridian (Serbia), MRG Systems (United Kingdom), Diplomat Sportswetten (Austria), Bet Construct (Malta), Pariaz (United Kingdom), Totel Football (Ireland), Press Association Sports (United Kingdom), Sports Millions Services (Costa Rica), Samvo International (Channel Islands), Offside Gaming (UK), A Bet A Technology (UK), Betting Promotion (Malta), Racing Post (UK) and One Up Games (USA).

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