he initiative, which has been developed in conjunction with National Casino Forum, involves a wide range of compelling hospitality offers, including an American-themed Super Bowl party at the G Casino in Piccadilly, a Champagne reception and free to attend poker tournament at Aspers and a complimentary shuttle service from ExCeL, free drink and casino tour courtesy of the Hippodrome.
ICE Marketing Director Jo Mayer believes the London Casino Club will extend the networking opportunities offered by ICE beyond the show's opening hours. She commented, "The research we conducted after the 2014 show revealed a demand for more hospitality events and opportunities for colleagues to continue the networking process in a relaxed and relevant hospitality environment. We also found that visitors wanted the freedom to discover and explore a range of events rather than go to a single function.
"It seemed logical to extend the unique business opportunities that ICE offers into London's thriving gaming hospitality sector. The response from all of our participating venues has been phenomenal and I would like to thank them and in particular the National Casino Forum for helping to make our vision for The London Casino Club into a reality – it will help our stakeholders get the very most out of ICE week after they've spent the day with the 500+ exhibitors on what is gaming's busiest show floor."
To view the full range of hospitality offers, courtesy of the London Casino Club, and to register for ICE 2015 visit www.icetotallygaming.com