£46,000 raised for gambling charities

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Safer gambling organisations GamCare (£20,000), the Responsible Gaming Council (£20,000) and Better Change (£6,000) were the recipients of this year’s charity fund donated by supporters of the ICE Consumer Protection Zone.

The money was made up of £6,000 donations from bet365, Kindred, Entain, VideoSlots, Sky Betting and Gaming and IMG Arena, supplemented by a £10,000 contribution from Ambassadeurs Group. The total raised for gambling industry charities over the past three ICE shows now stands at £146,000.

Said Ewa Bakun, Clarion Gaming’s director of insight and engagement: “The CPZ was the brainchild of the Gambling Commission’s Tim Miller and was introduced to the ICE London show floor in 2018 when we had eight exhibitors comprising a mix of technology providers and charities.

“I’m delighted to say that at ICE London 2022 we had 14 exhibitors populated by the charities, treatment facilities and not-for-profit organisations that we gift the space to alongside commercial organisations, providers of responsible gambling tools, solutions and technology.”

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