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ICE & LAC 2017 Take Center Stage in February

ICE and LAC 2017 expect a massive crowd this February as they welcome attendees from across the world to the largest gaming events this year in London.

It is that time of the year again when thousands of operators, regulators, affiliates, experts, and more gather in London for the largest events in iGaming. ICE Totally Gaming 2017 and London Affiliate Conference will take place next month at ExCel London and the lists of attendees are expected to outnumber last year’s.

The iGaming industry continues to expand as more new technologies and endless possibilities begin to surface. Bitcoin, for instance, has been making significant improvements as of late. More gaming operators and developers now notice the strong potential of Bitcoin on the iGaming scene. This could be just one of the keys to further broaden the market for online gaming.

ICE 2016 Industry Break Down

With this year’s ICE and LAC events just around the corner, there is no reason for industry players to miss these largest iGaming events of the year. Here are top reasons the ICE and LAC 2017 should be on everyone’s list:

ICE 2017 may have over 30,000 attendees

ICE Totally Gaming has been known as a reputable international business event in iGaming. But it further emphasized its reputation last year when more than 28,000 attendees turned up for the event. As there are more opportunities now in the iGaming market, more operators, developers, and others are expected to grace the three-day conference and be part of another successful ICE event.

All-star list of exhibitors at ICE

ICE is known for the huge space for exhibitors dedicated for software providers, game content developers, gaming operators, and more. The same can be expected this year, but the team at ICE Totally Gaming will definitely provide a more packed list of exhibitors this time around. Numerous brands and companies have already confirmed their appearance as exhibitors. Included in the list are the companies that also cater to the Bitcoin casino market. Bitcoin casino software provider SoftSwiss is on the list, along with other content providers like Endorphina, Betsoft Gaming, and Booming Games. More companies like NetEnt will also be present.

London Affiliate Conference 2017

Largest LAC for affiliates

London Affiliate Conference has always been a vital event for everyone engaged in affiliate marketing in online gaming. With the positive turnout from the past events, this year’s LAC expects to welcome over 5,000 delegates. iGB Affiliate prepares a full schedule for the event, focusing on the insightful seminars and discussions spearheaded by credible experts in the field. On top of this, LAC 2017 will also give a lot of time and opportunity for affiliates, affiliate managers, operators, and others to network with each other and create partnerships. Affiliates of Bitcoin casinos are also welcome to this event.

Free 1 BTC up for grabs

With an aim to broaden the iGaming industry’s perceptions of Bitcoin’s role in the market, one lucky participant will get 1 BTC for free. CoinPoint, a premier digital marketing agency specialized in Bitcoin markets, will give away a free bitcoin as the CoinPoint delegates head over to ICE and LAC 2017.

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