Betcris is starting the year with all the energy. The leading sports betting operator in Latin America has announced that it will attend two major events in April.

The first event is ICE London. It will be held April 12-14 at ExCel London and will likely see participation from over 12,000 operators and more than 35,000 attendees. Billed as the world’s most important innovation showcase for gaming, ICE London will be a great opportunity for the global gaming community to reunite.

Over the course of three days, ICE London is going to help visitors discover the latest gaming innovations across all sectors. It will be hosted by more than 550 leading industry providers. With more than 116 countries represented, the exhibition will provide a unique and global platform for new business and partnership opportunities.

ICE London is also an opportunity for attendees to learn from thousands of professionals in the gaming industry today and take advantage of all that it has to offer. Networking with policy regulators, leaders, tech experts and technology experts will provide an opportunity to advance business operations.

Partially overlapping ICE London is iGB Affiliate London. This event will be held at ExCel London on Arpil 13-14. iGB Affiliate London includes an exhibition, a conference, and an Affiliate Awards program.

The exhibition allows operators and affiliates in the iGaming industry to connect while demonstrating what they offer the industry. The conference agenda is still being prepared but should include over 20 speakers discussing every facet of the changing gaming industry.

The iGB Affiliate Awards, which recognize companies or individuals in 15 categories, are making their return as an in-person event. The ceremony is scheduled for April 13.

Betcris is preparing to exhibit at the iGB Affiliate London event. The company will have a team of representatives on hand to network and provide insight into how Betcris continues to shape the gaming industry.

The operator announced recently that it had opened offices in Poland as it seeks expansion into Europe. This will be a hot topic of conversation for the operator and its representatives.