BiG Africa signs relevant speakers

BiG Africa Summit is preparing a list of influential speakers to develop opportunities in the continent.

Robin Le Prevost, head of Le Prevost Consultancy in the UK, confirmed his presence.

South Africa.- BiG Africa Summit, the next African Betting and iGaming conference, has signed Robin Le Prevost as latest speaker. Le Prevost is the former Director for Business Development for the highly successful Alderney eGambling jurisdiction and current head of the Le Prevost Consultancy in the UK. Gaming representatives can join the event from October 24th to 26th at the Century City Conference Centre and Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa.

During Mr. Le Prevost’s time with Alderney Gambling, the jurisdiction grew to be the largest hub for offshore eGambling services globally. As the leading architect of the licensing regime which is now being replicated throughout the world, he brings to BiG Africa a wealth of knowledge with regards to the Alderney licensing regime, business strategy, regulatory relationships and frameworks, and high level management consultancy.
The list of speakers keeps growing turning BiG Africa into the Gaming industry’s premier and most influential opportunity to gather under one roof and exchange knowledge and experiences about the African Betting and iGaming markets.

The event aims at developing the gaming industry in the continent, bringing with it challenges and opportunities alike. Africa will work in its gambling legislation, whilst networking with major representatives of the international industry.

Joining Mr Le Prevost on the speakers list, there is a growing number of prominent leaders and influencers in the Gaming industry including Craig Venter, CEO of ClickaBet, Geordin Hill-Lewis, DA Shadow Minister for the DTI, Andrew Dagnall, CEO of Bettorlogic in the UK, Edward Lalumbe, COO of the Gauteng Gambling Board, Alan Pedley, Principal Consultant at Governance Associates in Australia and Gail Petrie, Managing Director of Turfsport.