In addition to the UK the list of represented nations and self-governing territories comprise: Malta (31 exhibitors), USA (25), Italy (20), Germany (18), Austria (14), British Virgin Islands, Gibraltar, Israel, Slovenia, Taiwan (all 10), Isle of Man, Spain (both 9), Netherlands, South Korea (both 7), Czech Republic, Netherlands Antilles (both 6), Cyprus, France, Russia, Sweden (all 5), Bulgaria, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Poland (all 4), Canada, China, Denmark (all 3), Alderney, Australia, Belgium, Belize, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Macedonia, Panama, Romania, Seychelles, Slovakia, South Africa, Switzerland (all 2), Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Croatia, Guernsey, Japan, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Philippines, Serbia, Ukraine, Uruguay, US Virgin Islands (all 1).
Kate Chambers, Portfolio Director responsible for ICE said: „When organisers talk about the international credentials of their events they are usually referring to their visitors. ICE is in the fantastic position of having not just the most international community of visitors in gaming but also the most international show floor. This means that when you attend ICE you will discover the latest product innovations and services from the entire gaming world. It’s a win/win situation with exhibitors having the one key opportunity of the year to connect with such a truly international audience of buyers. Last year attendees from 156 nations made the journey to London and we hope to come somewhere close to that record figure next week.“
For more information on ICE and to register for free, visit www.icetotallygaming.com