The Summit will feature conferences, trade shows and masterclass workshops.
Kenya.- This month, East Africa will receive representatives, authorities and decision-makers of the gaming industry to develop the second annual gathering. Sports Betting East and West Africa Summit will be held from May 23rd to 25th at the Laico Regency Hotel in Kenya.
The three-day event will be divided in conferences and masterclass workshop. The first two days will be focused on learning and debating about core facets, trends and regulatory issues in the regional market as to sports betting. The third day will offer two masterclass workshops about the legalities around establishing partnerships and cover the tax issues concerned with expansions into new markets.
Operators, suppliers and regulators from Kenya, Uganda, Liberia, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, South Africa and the United Kingdom will network and reinforce their relationships in order to enhance the local industry at the event hosted by Eventus-International. Some of the confirmed assistants that will offer conferences are: Heavens Gonga, CEO, Lotteries and Gaming Board Zimbabwe; Thulisizwe Johnson, CEO, Gambling Authority, Botswana; Yahaya Maikori, President, Nigerian Gaming Association Andrew Dagnall, CEO, Bettorlogic UK and Christina Thakor-Rankin, Principal Consultant, 1710 Gaming Ltd., UK.