Racing Post teams up with Clarion Gaming at ICE London
Racing Post is thrilled to once again be a part of ICE London, continuing a long-standing partnership with Clarion Gaming. Racing Post will provide the perfect networking area in the form of the Racing Post Cafe (Stand S2-230). Situated at the heart of the sports area, the team will showcase the group’s ability to offer services in over 70 languages. The expansion of content to include racing and sport from across the globe means Racing Post goes to ICE this year with their largest offering ever.
The exhibition showcases itself as an unrivalled and global platform to find new business and partnership opportunities, with over 150 countries represented. The doors of the ExCeL, London open on Tuesday, February 4 to welcome over 35,000 industry professionals to view over 600 exhibitors and 120 expert speakers.
Due to another successful year in 2019, the ICE VOX conferences will run again over the course of the three days, with an opportunity to hear from some of the biggest names both inside and outside of the gaming industry. Influential names include Ulrik Bergsson, CEO of William Hill and Danny Rogers, Editor-in-Chief of PR Weekly, plus a star guest appearance from Usain Bolt.
Clarion Gaming is encouraging its stakeholders drawn from every gaming vertical within the global industry to Step, Leap, Dive and Look – Into The Future, with this year’s creative digital and print campaign.
When asked about this year’s theme, Clarion Gaming Managing Director Kate Chambers stated: “The theme was inspired by Richard Schuetz, who has held many senior positions in the industry. Richard said, and I quote: “At ICE, one sees the latest technologies, which is why I always argue that ICE is like stepping into the future. That is the magic of ICE.” We are of course grateful to Richard for providing the inspiration for our campaign, which I’m sure will connect with stakeholders across all of the verticals served by the ICE London brand.”
Previewing Racing Post’s involvement at the exhibition, Eugene Delaney, Racing Post B2B Director, spoke about the significance of the week in the industry: “ICE London is easily the most important conference of the year for the Racing Post. It allows us to showcase our plans for the year ahead, meet potential clients and build upon current relationships. It also comes early in the year giving us a platform to then build upon future developments. This year could be our most important year due to our rapid progression in key areas of the business including our international racing content, trading and in-play capabilities.”