Frequently Asked Questions
What is ICE Africa?
A new home for African gaming. A new opportunity for operators, regulators and suppliers.
Following the hugely positive coming together of all sectors of the industry at the inaugural Gaming Africa in 2017, ICE Africa has launched – the first occasion the ICE brand has been extended beyond its London, UK, home.
ICE Africa will be an event where the industry can meet, network, see the very latest gaming innovations, share best practice and progress in a strategic and sustainable manner.
Who is ICE Africa for and are there restrictions on attendance?
ICE Africa is the continent's gathering for gaming professionals looking to source product and/or service solutions, covering all sectors: betting; bingo; casino; lottery; mobile; online; social; sports betting, and street.
If you are a decision maker within gaming looking for solutions, you should register your interest in visiting and you will be among the first to know when online registration is live.
If you are a provider of solutions for gaming decision makers, you should enquire about booking an exhibitor stand.
ICE Africa is a business-to-business event and has a strict policy of not admitting under-18s. Please read our admission policy here.
When and where does ICE Africa take place?
ICE Africa will run in October 2018 in South Africa. Details are currently being confirmed, so we advise you to register your interest and you will be among the first to know when more information is available.
I work for a gaming solutions supplier, can we attend?
ICE Africa is a gathering for operators, regulators and suppliers. If you are a supplier of solutions, the best way of getting your message in front of decision makers is to book an exhibitor stand - please contact Stuart Dacre via firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)20 7384 8114.
I have been contacted about accommodation for ICE Africa, but I don’t recognise the organiser – what should I do?
Please be vigilant if approached by companies claiming to be an official accommodation provider of ICE Africa. Reservations made through these ‘pirate’ agencies or companies will be at your own risk. If you are not sure, please contact Beth Welcomme via email@example.com or on +44 (0)20 7384 8103.
I need a visa to attend ICE Africa – can you help?
If you require an official invitation letter to the event to support you in your visa application, please contact Zoe Thomas via firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0) 20 7384 8124. Please note that visa applications may take 48 hours to process.
I work in the media – can I attend ICE Africa?
ICE works with a number of media partners around the world to extend the reach of the event and to offer exposure for such partners to the ICE audience. If you would like to become an official Media Partner, please contact Beth Welcomme via email@example.com or on +44 (0)20 7384 8103.
Who organises ICE Africa?
ICE Africa is part of the Clarion Gaming stable of events and publications for the international gaming community, including: intelligence resources Totally Gaming and iGaming Business; the Totally Gaming Academy training series, and a full portfolio of conferences and exhibitions, including ICE London, iGB Live!, regional Gaming Congresses, the WrB series and the Affiliate Conference series.
Clarion Gaming is part of Clarion Events, one of the world’s leading event organisers, producing and delivering innovative and market-leading events since 1947. Our 950 employees based in our 13 offices worldwide specialise in delivering first class marketing, networking, and information solutions in high value sectors, both in mature and emerging geographies.
What does 'ICE' stand for?
“ICE” historically stands for “International Casinos Exhibition”, but the gaming industry has evolved significantly since ICE started and, as the event has developed in line with the changing gaming landscape, it now services the entire gaming spectrum, with a balance between land-based and digital channels.