10th Annual ICE Total Gaming Coming Soon to London

Published Wednesday, January 12, 2011 - Online-Casinos.com

Sunplus is a major sports book platform provider that has evolved over the past 10 years and is the chosen supplier to some of the largest sportsbooks in the world. Sunplus' core technology and programming team of 70 are based in Taiwan with a soon to be opened European office being established to further support European customers.
Now the firm has been selected as one of the main sponsors of the 10th Annual Fire & ICE party held on 26 January 2011 at Gilgamesh, Camden Town, London.
Lyceum Media, organizers of the most prestigious iGaming party of the year, were pleased to make the announcement commenting on the special VIP launch party for Sunplus’s turnkey sports betting solution and ONE book platform to the European market at ICE. Tom Hall, Business Development Director, for Sunplus commented,
“These are exciting times for sportsbetting technology as we launch into the European market,” Hall added, “We're looking to make an impression at ICE and create a memorable launch event at the industry's most popular party of the year.”

The London Affiliate Conference is scheduled  to get started on January 27, 2011 after the ICE trade show at Earls Court from January 25th  until the 27th.
This is the tenth anniversary of the show and celebration which Lyceum Media partners Michael Caselli and Jodie Thind  “decided to host their own party exclusively for their friends in iGaming, one that would be more fun and more entertaining.” Since the humble beginning when only sixty guests were invited to the party now two thousand industry friends line up for an invitation.
For the third consecutive year, GTECH G2, a leading, Canadian-based provider of online poker, sports betting, bingo, and casino games, will be also be one of the main sponsors of the event.
GTECH G2’s vice president, William Scott, commented, "We’re very proud to be associated with the most popular party on the industry calendar,”


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