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Island sees increased interest since returning from ICE Totally Gaming event

The Island has had an "extremely high number of enquiries" since returning from ICE Totally Gaming event in London last week.

That's according to e-Gaming team for the Department of Economic Development and representatives from the Isle of Man’s e-Gaming sector.

Chief Executive Officer of e-Gaming at DED, Peter Greenhill, says the quality of the attendees at the Isle of Man stand surpassed all expectations and they met senior representatives of diverse businesses seeking to relocate to the Island.

The Isle of Man already has 56 licensed e-gaming operators and the DED team is now working with around 15 businesses who are actively considering locating here.

Howard Quayle MHK, the Department’s Political Member with responsibility for e-Gaming was in London for part of the event and says it's clear the Island is a highly professional, respected key player in this industry.


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