ICE Africa Digital’s three-day conference is set for October 27-29 and its agenda has just been made public.
The free-to-participate conference will cover the rise of online betting and how regulators and legislators can safely regulate igaming to boost the industry’s potential at the same time as protect the players.
It will also look at what the industry can expect from the “new normal” and how land-based casinos can find long-lasting solutions to ensure customers have a great experience in safety. Also on the agenda is a long look at Africa as a gaming destination, taking in a five-year assessment of its potential.
Taking part will be Bashir Are, CEO at Lagos State Lotteries, Thulisizwe Johnson, CEO at the Botswana Gambling Authority, Gifty-Rita Amoah, head of legal at the Gaming Commission Ghana, and Graham Wood, COO at Sun International.
Clarion Gaming’s Daniel Tyler, conference producer, said: “Those registering can connect with pan-African and international industry prospects from their home or office and create cost-effective strategy for growth and for entering new markets. ICE Africa is a bespoke community for the pioneers.”