ICE 2002 - Photo Gallery

    The 12th International Casino Exhibition was held at Earls Court, London between the 22nd and 24th January. Held in conjunction with the Amusements Trade Exhibition which occupies the downstairs hall, the show is established as Europe's premier trade event for the casino industry

   This year saw a record number of companies represented with 135 exhibitors from 32 countries. They booked a combined total of 5,911 square metres of floor space. On display was an amazing selection of products ranging from traditional gaming equipment and supplies to software and electronic games pushing technology to the very limits.

   Gaming floor presents a small selection of photographs taken during the first two days.


 
Exhibitors & visitors gathering early on the morning of the 22nd.

 
John Huxley
Visitors for the last two years have been able to completely circle the exhibition. Huxley's stand occupies "The link". Rapid and Auto Roulette's plus new table games for the UK market were among the products on display.

 
TCS 
In their regular position at the front of the Exhibition. Plenty of floor space with a range of high tech solutions. The stand was always busy. 

 
 
Angela Stone
One of a selection of companies showing their staff uniforms and individual creations designed for casinos, nightclubs and restaurants.
 

Photo: Angela Stone with one of her best selling casino designs.  www.angelastone.com


 
Cammegh
The UK companies selection of Roulette wheels made a spectacular display.

 
Recreativos Franco
The Madrid based slot manufacturer displaying their latest touch screen models.

 
Novomatic - Austrian Gaming Industries
The largest stand ever at ICE - over 500 square metres. Touchbet, Flying & Auto Roulette was on display along with "Moorhuhn" themed slots making their debut.

 
i-Gaming Zone
32 companies from 14 countries. This was up from 17 in 2001. Between them they occupied 304 square metres. Every major software supplier appeared to be represented.

 
Williams Gaming
An unusual position at the back of the hall. They brought with them a range of slots fully translated into 5 languages. Distribution for European markets is from Spain

 
TCS 
Winners of the "Best stand". In the photograph from left to right are TCS's Simon Herbert, Peter Linguard and Kate McLennan with Brian Meaden chairman of ATE Ltd.

The "Merit award" went to slot distributor Belgian Gaming Technology.


 
Coinmaster Gaming
The Welsh company famous for their Auto Roulettes showed the "Winning Post" a video horse racing machine with stunning graphics. Looks set to be a winner itself.

 
Visitors making their way home on the second evening. Attendance was slightly up over the first two days compared to 2001.

See our accompanying articles that will look more in-depth at the statistics as they become available.


Images from the official ICE Photographers.

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