6th BiG Africa Supershow Coming to Johannesburg in November

Published August 12, 2018 by Ivan P

6th BiG Africa Supershow Coming to Johannesburg in November

The BiG Africa Supershow 2018 will gather professionals from different areas of the gaming industry, bringing them all together under one roof to exchange ideas and experiences.

Eventus International, the company in charge of the 6th BiG Africa Supershow, has announced the preliminary agenda and prospective speakers for the event scheduled to take place November 5-6 at Emperors Palace located in South Africa's capital Johannesburg. The idea behind the event is to gather representatives from different branches of the gaming industry under the same roof to exchange ideas and provide them with tools and strategies to help them succeed in the years to come in the growing African market.

Combined & Breakaway Sessions

The BiG Africa Supershow 2018 will combine the Betting & iGaming Africa Summit and the new Casino Marketing & Hospitality stream, covering a wide array of topics. The event will host two different group of sessions. Combined sessions will bring all attendees together to discuss and exchange gaming industry ideas at large, while breakaway sessions will be dedicated to particular fields such as sports betting, land based casinos, and casino hospitality.

According to the announcement from the Eventus International who's been organizing Africa-specific gaming events and conferences for six years now, the idea is to provide industry professionals with relevant tools, ideas, and marketing strategies that will be effective in this growing market. Unlike Europe, effective techniques and strategies differ for each country in Africa, so the conference strives to provide region-specific information for those in the attendance.

Regulation, Technology, and Responsible Gaming

Across various combined and breakaway sessions, the 6th BiG Africa Supershow will cover various topics dealing with the gaming regulation in Africa, possibilities of improving longevity through the implementation of responsible gambling measures, development of new technologies and their application in the African market, and much more.

In addition to the working part of the conference, attendees will also have plenty of opportunity for networking, especially during several official networking events scheduled across two days. It is worth noting the event is completely free to attend for all gaming professionals from South Africa.

See also

Summarizing the Gaming Africa Inaugural Conference

High Expectations for Next Week's 4th Annual BiG Africa Summit

South Africa Attracting Online Gambling Companies

Summing Up the Second Annual BiG Africa Summit

The IGaming Reign in Africa Launches next Week at WrB Africa


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