Gamesman was recognised for ‘two decades of innovation’ at February’s ICE Totally Gaming exhibition at London’s ExCeL Centre.
Senior executives from the Esterline Corporation owned gaming equipment components and systems manufacturer, received a celebratory ICE cake from Kate Chambers, Managing Director of Clarion’s gaming division in a presentation which took place on the third day of the record breaking exhibition.
Reflecting on the three days of business and networking, Gamesman Sales Director, Martin Rigby, said: ‘It was a great honour to be recognised for the hard work and commitment invested by the team over the last 20-years. ICE is our home show and to a large extent it has been part of our journey from a small and enterprising company focussed almost exclusively on the UK street market to our current status as part of Esterline and with a wholly owned factory in China and an office in Las Vegas. The contacts, contracts and insight we have gained at ICE over the years has made a significant contribution to our present position in the market.”
He added: “ICE has always delivered and this year’s show was no exception. There were more people, more countries and more quality than ever before and that’s coming after what was a really good ICE 2016. ICE sets the tempo for the rest of the year and I’m delighted that Gamesman has got off to such a positive and progressive start to 2017.”