Deadlines approach for ICE Competitions

5 January 2017

(PRESS RELEASE) -- With a brand new challenge for 2017, as well as the return of the popular Operator Challenge and Game To Watch Competition, the three competitions at ICE are set to provide exciting opportunities for thought leaders to share their ideas on the future of gaming.

Supplier Challenge
The Operator Challenge is back for the third year. A panel of operators will discuss the top five iGaming challenges and five selected suppliers will each have five minutes to present their solutions to those challenges.

Think you have solutions to one of the top iGaming challenges? Suppliers who would like to enter are asked to submit proposals to address one or more of the Challenges.

Download the entry form and email by 9 January.

ICE VOX Prophets
As part of the ICE VOX 2017 BetMarkets program, we are excited to introduce this brand new challenge. What will the future of betmarkets look like? Got your own ideas? Submit your proposal to become an ICE VOX Prophet.

Five ICE VOX Prophets will be selected to make their predictions for the future of the gaming industry in just five minutes. We'll invite the audience to give their opinion and then they will vote on which predictions they believe most likely to come true.

Download your entry form and email by 9 January.

Game to Watch Competition
Our annual Game to Watch Competition is back. Entries are open to indie game developers from around the globe. Accompanied by Happy Hour Drinks, the competition will take place right on the exhibition floor with the winner announced live at the show.

Have you developed (or are you in the process of developing) the next big thing in gaming? This is your chance to be one of only five developers who will get five minutes to pitch to the world's gaming decision makers.

Download your entry form and email by 9 January.

Deadline for entry is 9 January -- don't miss your chance to take part. Visit the ICE Totally Gaming website for more details.

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