Clarion Gaming confirms postponement of 2021 edition of ICE Africa

first_imgStrategy Regions: Africa The announcement comes as Clarion adopts a measured and pragmatic return of in-person events. Clarion Gaming has confirmed its decision to postpone what would have been the third edition of ICE Africa, which was originally scheduled to be held across 26 – 28 October. “Every piece of content will be archived and available on-demand for stakeholders to access free of charge 24/7.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter “Our strong digital presence has been enhanced further with the launch of ICE Connect, which uses highly sophisticated matching algorithms, ranking and scheduling software, to match operators with relevant, industry-leading solution providers who can solve their challenges and help them run their operations more efficiently. “As a result, both delegates and solution providers spend 100% of their time in meaningful and productive meetings. We will continue to support the growth of the gaming industry in Africa via these new channels and create opportunities to facilitate business development as we look to expand our ICE Connect models in the future.” “Whilst we are not holding any other dedicated in-person events, we are launching an advanced global gaming platform which goes live in April 2021. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter “When the full scale of the pandemic became clear last year we took the decision to focus our resources and energies into three in-person events – the co-located ICE London and iGB Affiliate London as well as iGB Live! in Amsterdam. For more information on the commercial opportunities to engage with an international audience of industry buyers and decision-makers contact Ian Larcombe at [email protected]  These digital solution, Hunter added, included ways to ensure that operators and suppliers could still connect even without in-person events. Hunter added that Clarion Gaming is working to reach the global gaming community in a variety of other ways. “The ICE 365 content series will focus on key verticals, topics and subsets of the global gaming sector and will include dedicated Africa-focused content throughout the year. It will provide expert insights delivered across a range of formats, including reports, exclusive C-Level interviews from the leadership figures shaping the industry, unique data, video and live discussions. Topics: Strategy 26th March 2021 | By Daniel O’Boyle Email Address Clarion Gaming confirms postponement of 2021 edition of ICE Africa Tags: Clarion Gaming ICE Africa He added: “Looking beyond 2021 we will need to see what the future looks like post-pandemic and decide our strategy accordingly. The Clarion Gaming brands have been able to grow thanks to the tremendous support of our stakeholder communities and ICE Africa represents a powerful case study of that partnership and collaboration in action.” Stuart Hunter, Managing Director of Clarion Gaming, explained the decision.last_img

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