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Clarion Gaming calls for ICE Landmark Awards nominations

| By Robert Fletcher
Clarion Gaming has issued a call for nominations for the ICE Landmark Awards, an annual event that takes place at its flagship ICE exhibition.
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The awards recognise people and organisations with a milestone achievement or landmark over the previous 12 months. Clarion Gaming has hosted the ICE Landmark Awards at each edition of ICE since 2013.

A total of 11 honours will be celebrated at the 2024 ICE Landmark Awards. Previous awards handed out include long-service milestones, company anniversaries and contributions to B2B journalism.

Industry members wishing to nominate an individual or organisation for an award should contact Clarion Gaming managing director Stuart Hunter. All nominations can be emailed to Stuart.Hunter@clarionevents.com.

“The ICE Landmarks reflect the pivotal role that the exhibition has and continues to play in providing a launchpad for the greatest epoch-defining games including those landmark initiatives that have changed the way in which the world is entertained,” Hunter said.

“In addition to what is a long list of iconic products, ICE has also served as the place where the industry chooses to meet and where the landmark decisions which have shaped the future of the industry are made.

“The ICE Landmarks are inspired by the show’s status on the world stage and a recognition that it continues to be the event where the industry celebrates historic events.”

ICE marks final London exhibition before Barcelona move

Incidentally, ICE 2024 will mark the final edition of ICE before it is relocated to Barcelona in Spain from 2025. Registration for ICE 2024, which runs from 6-8 February at the London ExCeL, is now open

ICE and iGB Affiliate will move after an extensive six-month bidding process. At the same time, iGB L!VE will relocate to London in 2025. Barcelona was selected from a four-city shortlist, competing alongside Madrid, Paris and ICE’s long-term home, London. 

The ICE relocation project, run in partnership with event strategy and location specialist Equimore, factored more than 30 variables into its decision-making process. Venue visits, city presentations and detailed negotiations also took place.

ICE 2024 will feature more than 600 exhibitors and thousands of product launches. It also offers visitors the opportunity to engage with leaders, decision makers and regulators across all gaming sectors and verticals. 

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