Plantation, FL, January 27, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Chetu Inc., a leading provider of custom software for online and land-based gaming and casino businesses, is pleased to announce its participation at ICE Totally Gaming in London. This year, ICE Totally Gaming will take place from February 7th to 9th at ExCeL, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London. Chetu's experts have experience building every component required for sweepstakes, lottery, bingo, poker, blackjack, and slots games; from player portals & transaction processing, to gaming engines & back-office management.
"There is a lot more to running a successful casino business than most people realize," said Joe Maltese, Global Director of Sales for Online Casinos and Casino Gaming at Chetu, "Behind the flashy graphics, there are a lot of complex software systems. Fortunately, our development team at Chetu has the experience and know-how to successfully ensure all necessary components are in place and accounted for."
Considered one of the top exhibitions in the UK, and the ultimate showcase for the gaming industry, ICE Totally Gaming brings nearly 30,000 attendees and features hundreds of new product launches over the course of the event.
About Chetu, Inc.:
Chetu provides custom software development to the gaming & casino industries, as well as a wide range of value added services including modular customization methods, ticketing & event management, and custom mobile apps, all in full compliance with all regulatory standards including GLI-11 – GLI-31, online gaming certificates, as well as BMM and SQS labs. For more information, visit Chetu during ICE Totally Gaming at Booth N4-200, or online at www.chetu.com/gaming.php
ICE Totally Gaming is the only b2b gaming event that brings together the online and offline gaming sectors. Featuring world-leading innovators drawn from the casino, betting, bingo, lottery, mobile, online and street sectors, ICE provides the most comprehensive shop window on world gaming and in 2016 attracted a record attendance of 28,487 drawn from 150 nations.
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