ICE North America, a unique spot for learning and networking

The two-day ICE North America show will attract 2,500 visitors from all over the globe to meet, network and drive business plans.

The second edition of this special show of Clarion Gaming for executives and companies that are at the forefront of the gaming ecosystem will occur on May 13-14th at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, in New Orleans, U.S.

With the world’s most innovative products and services and forward-thinking conference contents, all the executives should step into the future of gaming and hospitality next May 13th to 14th at ICE North America ( in New Orleans.

All the attendees will be able to meet leading suppliers and major operators of the industry; acquire implementable strategies for the working teams, as well ideas that will encourage to think beyond tomorrow; and learn from experts and key stakeholders driving innovation and change.

Aimed at influential decision makers and opinion formers in the gaming and hospitality industries, the two-day event will showcase regional and global trends in sports betting, casino, hospitality technology, lottery, eSports and affiliate marketing.

Organizer Clarion Gaming is promising an exhibition that will span all of the gaming sectors and provide a unique networking platform. A complete and very strong list of speakers is waiting to share all their knowledge. Some of the main orators and experts will be: Alan Feldman (UNLV), Brendan Bussmann (GMA), Daniel Kustelski (Chalkline Sports), David Rebuck (New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement), Ernie Stevens (NIGA), Joe Asher (William Hill US), John Lukasik (Caesars), Keith Whyte (National Council On Problem Gambling), Kevin Sweet (The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas), Kip Levin (Fanduel Group), Kresimir Spajic (Hard Rock International), Lana Kotur (VizExplorer), Ludovico Calvi (GLMS), Max Meltzer (Kambi), Sandra Douglass Morgan (Nevada Gaming Control Board), Scot McClintic (Penn National Gaming), Seth Young (PointsBet), Sheila Morago (Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association) and Suzan Hensel (Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board).

Besides, Clarion will be re-launching its popular Pitch ICE competition, in association with Sports Gaming Investment Fund (SGIF). Five start-ups will have a seven-minute accelerator pitch to impress a panel of experienced judges and a large industry audience with their amazing new proposals and solutions.

This two-day ICE North America event will attract 2,500 visitors from all over the globe to meet, network and drive actionable business plans for one of the most fruitful gaming markets in the world.