ICE London 2024 Landmark Award winners unveiled, recognizing excellence in global gaming


A total of 11 individuals and organizations, including Victor Rocha, Stowe Shoemaker, Playtech, and Bellagio Resort and Casino, will be honored in the ICE Landmark Awards. The awards function will take place at an informal presentation at ICE, to be held at ExCeL London at 4 pm on Wednesday 7th February, on the Clarion Gaming stand N4 – 360. 

The Awards, which are based on nominations from the industry, recognize personalities and organizations in the global gaming space “who have recorded a milestone achievement or are celebrating a landmark event since the last edition of ICE.”

“The ICE Landmarks reflect the pivotal role that the exhibition has and continues to play in providing a launchpad for the greatest epoch-defining games including those landmark initiatives that have changed the way in which the world is entertained,” Clarion Gaming Managing Director Stuart Hunter said.

“In addition to what is a long list of iconic products, ICE has also served as the place where the industry chooses to meet and where the landmark decisions that have shaped the industry are made. The ICE Landmarks are inspired by the show’s status on the world stage and serve as a recognition that ICE continues to be where the industry celebrates historic events,” he added.

The ICE 2024 Landmark Award Winners comprise ExCeL London (for being the home for ICE since 2013), NeoSurf (celebrating 20th anniversary), Michael Buckley (for contributions to the gaming Industry), Chris Brown (for contributions to the global lottery industry), Bellagio Resort and Casino (celebrating 25th anniversary), Stowe Shoemaker (celebrating 10-years as Dean of UNLV Hospitality faculty), Victor Rocha (celebrating 25th anniversary of Perchanga.net), Jim Cremin (for contributions to The Racing Post and ICE), Playtech (celebrating 25th anniversary), CT Gaming (celebrating 25th anniversary) and Alfa Street (celebrating 30th Anniversary).