Roll up! Roll up! ICE Totally Gaming organisers and WorldPay announce launch of Official ICE Party

ICE Totally Gaming visitors, exhibitors and stakeholders are being invited to attend the biggest and best industry party taking place during ICE week. ‘Building 6’ within the world famous O2 Arena, which has played host to Prince, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and Lady Gaga to name but a few, is the venue for the circus-themed party extravaganza which is taking place on Wednesday 6th February and sponsored by WorldPay. Entry to the ‘big top’ event, which features jugglers, magicians and acrobats, is free – apply for tickets at www.icetotallygaming.com/official-ice-party and pick up your ticket at the ICE stand ExCeL London.

Explaining the decision to sponsor the official ICE Party, Phil McGriskin, Chief Product Officer at WorldPay, said: “As a flagship event in the gaming calendar, the ICE Party gives us a great chance to demonstrate our continued commitment to the gaming market. Located just across the river Thames from London ExCeL, the first official ICE party provides a unique opportunity to continue networking with a cosmopolitan mix of gaming professionals whilst enjoying a programme of spectacular entertainment!”

Kate Chambers, Portfolio Director responsible for ICE Totally Gaming, added: "We are delighted to have WorldPay on board as our lead sponsor and to help us stage what will be the biggest and most spectacular gaming party during ICE. Thanks to the support of WorldPay we have been able to offer ICE stakeholders free admission although partygoers will have to pick-up their tickets from the ICE stand at show. ICE is the biggest gaming event in the world and it’s only fitting that we have been able to stage the biggest gaming party taking place in London. The gaming industry has a fantastic ability to be able to combine work with pleasure and the ICE party is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to carry on networking in style.”

For more information on the Official ICE Party click here.

Date: 
Fri, 2013-01-11