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Firm promoting island at eGaming’s largest events

Richard MacNee

Richard MacNee

ILS FIDUCIARIES is promoting the Isle of Man and the company’s extensive portfolio of eGaming services at two of the industry’s largest global events.

Totally Ice will be staged at Excel Court in London from February 5 until February 7 and iGaming Asia Congress will be held in Macau from March 12 until March 14.

Group new business development manager Richard MacNee said: ‘We are very much looking forward to representing ILS and the Isle of Man at these industry-crucial events.

‘As a leading international fiduciary services provider, ILS is well placed to attend these key events. We are very much looking forward to exhibiting and to the opportunity to promote the Isle of Man as an eGaming centre of excellence to a global audience.

‘This is also a great opportunity to learn about the exciting prospects emerging in the constantly evolving Asian and European markets.

‘These events provide the perfect venue for local and international companies to be introduced and form relationships and we are delighted to contribute to the Isle of Man’s exposure around the globe.’

Totally Ice is a key event in the gaming calendar with thousands of senior gaming professionals from around the world making the journey to London every year for the event, which is on course to be the most international and complete gaming exhibition ever staged.

More than 400 exhibitors will attend from across the betting, bingo, casino, lottery, mobile, online and street gaming sectors.

iGaming Asia Congress is the region’s leading showcase for gaming technology and new product innovation.

It provides an ideal opportunity to bring together the best of Western technology and experience, with the market knowledge of those doing business in Asia.

More than 300 exhibitors and speakers from around the world will attend the event in Macau.

At both events ILS will be exhibiting as part of the Isle of Man Government Department of Economic Development’s stand.

 
 
 

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