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Prague’s Endorphina Reveals Full Plans for ICE London

ICE London is coming soon, February 4-6 to be exact. Prague game developer, Endorphina, will be at the biggest gaming show in the world.
Hundreds of brands participate. As for Endorphina, they intend to bring a “solid 17 tons of cold steel…”

This means a proper war tank for visitors to chill. The company team will be there to meet and greet clients, affiliates and business partners.

Typical of their creative marketing team, there will be numerous promos and unique branded gifts. There will also be a win-win fortune wheel.

Account managers and sales managers will be joined by CEO, Jan Urbanec, who says that ICE is the highlight of the year.

“Despite the growing amount of expos around the globe, the classic ICE has still got its charm and we put the most of our efforts into this exhibition.”

A new slot game release has not been divulged, but will be revealed in time for ICE.
In other Endorphina news, at the end of 2019, the company struck a deal with BetWarrior based in Barcelona. It gives them access to player favorites like Mystery of Eldorado and Dia de los Muertos.

And there is more…premium casino and sports betting offerings will be added. Casino Product Manager of BetWarrior, Katalin Horvath, has said,

“As BetWarrior begins to acquire more players, it is important we offer an ever-expanding range of the world’s best content and adding Endorphina’s fantastic games helps us achieve precisely that.”

Source: https://lcb.org/news/endorphina-rolls-under-full-armor-and-lays-out-ice-london-repertoire

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