ICE brings together 30,000 gambling execs and staffers from all corners of the industry to network and discuss challenges and opportunities for the coming 12 months.
As has become custom over the last couple of years, blockchain gaming firms will have a strong presence at the show, as well as the co-hosted London Affiliate Conference (LAC).
Here are five blockchain companies to check out at the show.
FunFair (stand N6-220)
FunFair is gearing up for a big 2020, having recently added a third brand to its network while also rolling out a range of product updates, most notably its improved wallet which radically overhauls the onboarding process.
Its team will be displaying its platform at the Isle of Man stand (N6-220), having secured a licence with the regulator last year. Meetings can be scheduled here.
The FunFair team will also be on the ground at the London Affiliate Conference, where it will be displaying its game-changing affiliate programme.
The CasinoCoin Foundation team has been landing some major deals over the past few months, most notably a landmark integration with leading roulette manufacturer Cammegh. On the Monday before ICE kicks off, the team will hold a community meet-up event at the Victoria, Grosvenor Casino in London. RSVP here.
The recently-rebranded DAOGroup will be showcasing its DAOWallet B2B payment gateway solution at stand N9-350 throughout the show. The wallet promises to deliver ‘the next generation of igaming’ via seamless registration, real-time payouts and priority access to exclusive offers.
True Flip (N1-322)
True Flip recently secured an MGA licence for its games studio True Lab, and will be displaying its portfolio of slots titles at stand N1-322.
The team’s casino and game dev teams will be in attendance, and meetings can be booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
G8C parent company Ganapati will be making a splash at this year’s ICE by bringing along the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt.