Wilton’s Isle of Man eGaming team has been supporting the Isle of Man Government delegation at the ICE Totally Gaming trade show at ExCel, London. The show took place between the 5 – 7 February and Wilton were one of a number of corporate service providers to join the Isle of Man Government stand.
Wilton is able to assist with all aspects of establishing an online gaming operation in the Isle of Man and has experts with over 50 years of gaming industry experience on hand to help with all aspects establishing your business from obtaining a license to ensuring that your regulatory requirements are maintained.
On the stand were Directors Debbie Hammond and Nicole Hewson and Head of eGaming Development Ray Wells. Ray has worked in the gaming industry for over 40 years and was a ‘Designated Official’ for Littlewoods Pools, the first e-gaming license issued by the Isle of Man Government in 2001.
Nicole Hewson said: ‘The ICE Totally Gaming show is one of the largest and most important events in the eGaming calendar. Over 400 exhibitors and speakers were present at the show from a range of industry sectors and jurisdictions and certainly seemed to be one of the busiest events I have witnessed.
‘It was a real pleasure to be able to support the Isle of Man Government delegation and to be able to promote the Isle of Man as the eGaming centre of excellence to such a broad audience.’