Only two months left for the BiG Africa Supershow

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The 6th Annual Big Africa Supershow will take place at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, from March 25-26.

Eventus International released a note highlighting how close BiG Africa Supershow is and their projections for the event.

South Africa.- The 6th Annual BiG Africa Supershow will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa from March 25-26 2019 and is seeking to attract between 200 and 300 c-level attendees from across the continent. That’s why Eventus International released a note ahead of Africa’s biggest show.

Last week, Eventus International concluded that the gambling industry in Africa is big business. According to ventures Africa, the combined size of the gambling industry in Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa is projected to be worth a staggering €32.5 billion in 2018.

“One of the great things about the African market is that it’s mostly African companies who have the majority market share, showing a clear link that African punters are more likely to support local operators which in turn means maximum returns for the African economy”, Eventus International assessed.

“Africa, just like any market, requires intense evaluation and research in order to gain and retain market share. That’s exactly what the BiG Africa Supershow offers delegates and attendees from across Africa and the world. The topics have been designed to effectively explore the biggest challenges and opportunities in the African market.”

Spotlight on Content

To Eventus International, content is the number one critical success factor for an event. BiG Africa is packed full with, panels discussions, keynotes sessions, presentations and networking activities that have been designed to give our attendees the maximum value from attending the event.

Day 1: Addressing Africa’s ever-changing regulatory environment

Day 2: Succeeding in the business of gaming

With the African market experience market experiencing unprecedented growth these topics couldn’t come at a better time. In addition to excellent topics, the quality of the speakers is terrific. Some examples include: Chhayan Ringadoo, CEO, Gambling Regulatory Authority, Mauritius; Cliff Lamberton, MD, African Casinos Equipment Suppliers & Atomic Gaming; Dean Macpherson, Shadow Minister, Department of Trade & Industry; Dhrupal Amin, MD – Online Gaming and Sports Betting, Goldrush Group; Edgar Agaba, CEO, National Gaming Board, Uganda; Garron Whitesman, Partner, Whitesman Lurie Attorneys; Ivan Zaltsman, CIO, World Sports Betting; Jack Smith, Business Development Manager, Sporting Solutions; Mario Vilela, Sales and Marketing Director, IGT Africa; Martin Sack, Group Manager: Online Business Development, Sun International; Nicholas Chapman, Gaming Executive, Caesar’s Entertainment Corporation (Emerald Resort and Casino); Robert Koning, MD, Best Sports Betting Media; Wayne Hill, COO, Bidvest Prestige; Mabutho Zwane, CEO, Eastern Cape Gambling Board and Prof. Ntshengedzeni Alfred Nevhutanda, Chairman, National Lotteries Commission, South Africa

The panel sessions cover the key challenges the industry is facing, such as regulation, diversity and inclusion, extending player life-cycles, player acquisition and retention, gaming technologies, content strategies, strengthening hospitality in the casino sector and advice from Africa’s igaming icons.

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