The latest data released by organisers Clarion Gaming, shows widespread interest in the event, with delegates registering from a total of 29 countries, including nine from Africa.
The time is right for online gaming to make its mark in Africa according to Mathew Symmonds, founder of Web Analysis Solutions Limited and one of the speakers at next month’s Gaming Africa conference.
Sirplay, the white label sports betting software provider, has expanded its operations in Africa, after signing a new partnership with Vslots Swaziland.
Clarion will be applying its knowledge and experience gained working in the international gaming space with the launch of Gaming Africa, a free-to-attend two-day conference taking place in Johannesburg across 24 and 25 October.
Following its continued success across Africa, Sirplay is in the process of establishing a gaming confederation that will enable stakeholders to share critical information relating to markets across the continent.
Ofertas365 is targeting more charities and football clubs in Africa after launching a lottery in Nigeria with the highest jackpot across the continent.
The Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, South Africa, will play host to the Gambling Indaba Conference & Expo and the Totally Gaming Academy’s Slot Summit from Sunday 16 to Friday 21 July – and Kate Chambers tells us why Clarion Gaming are among a string of supporters.
Betradar continues to grow its footprint across high-growth African markets, following the signing of a new deal with Nigerian operator, Surebet247.
Meridian has set new standards in the development and deployment of advanced international sports betting opportunities, and will be one of the lead companies exhibiting at next week’s WrB Africa at the Villa Rosa Kempinski, Nairobi, Kenya.