ICE Consumer Protection Zone sponsors raise £52,800 for industry charities

Sponsors of the ICE Consumer Protection Zone (CPZ) at ICE London 2023 have raised a total of £52,800 (€59,454/$63,798) for four safer gambling charities.


Better Change and Betknowmore from Great Britain, as well as the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) from the US and AGOG of the Netherlands, will each receive £13,200 in funds from the initiative.

Part of ICE London 2023, which is taking place at the ExCel in London from February 7-9, the ICE CPZ this year features a record 20 stands, comprising a mix of providers of responsible gambling tools and solutions alongside not-for-profit organisations.

The GB Gambling Commission, Focal Research, Casino Guru, Future Anthem, Department of Trust, Mindway AI, Epic Gaming, LexisNexis, Rightlander, IGT, SG:Certified, W2, Crucial Compliance, GamCare, YGAM, Gordon Moody and Gamstop are among those featured.

The CPZ also drew sponsorship backing from Kindred Group, Betsson, Flutter, International Game Technology (IGT), Les Ambassadeurs, Only Prizes, BettorView and Greentube, all of which contributed to the total £52,800 donation.

“I’m delighted that thanks to the support of CPZ sponsors we’ve been able to raise such an impressive sum for organisations which do so much in the safer gambling space,” Clarion Gaming’s director of industry insight and engagement, Ewa Bakun, said.

“This year we have included two organisations active outside the UK. This reflects the international credentials of ICE London, which consistently attracts industry professionals from more than 100 nations.”