BiG Africa Comes Off with Resounding Ambience for Unique NetworkingPublished April 3, 2019 by Lee R
The 6th edition of BiG Africa expanded promoter Eventus' mission of aligning regulation internationally.
BiG Africa organiser Eventus has officially crowned the 6th edition in South Africa a success on all levels, leaving delegates empowered with key new contacts and insights into the regional gaming conference far more effectively for the coming year.
Eventus organisers agree that the 6th Annual BiG Africa Supershow 2019 set the tone for Africa to remain competitively strong and for operators to keep players engaged for 2019 and beyond.
Thankor-Rankin's Warm Welcome
The warm welcome by Eventus head Christina Thakor-Rankin certainly played a pivotal role, as the event set the tone for the two day proceedings by highlighting key challenges and opportunities in the African region.
Lavish FashionTV Event
A series of insightful presentations and thought provoking panels were launched, with the first day capped magnificently by FashionTV Gaming Group's Fashion Show party complete with models showcasing local designs and dancers performing a range of dance styles.
BiG Africa Awards
Day 2 saw delegates return to the conference room for more insightful discussions, including a lunch-time Eventus International BiG Africa Supershow Awards ceremony recognising the biggest contributors and most impactful members of the 6th Annual BiG Africa Supershow.
Big Africa has evolved as the gateway to Africa's gaming market, with new competitors entering annually for a share of the $37 billion Africa region market and BiG Africa serving as the primary method for updating all stakeholders with cutting edge technological advancements and regulatory changes.
More Eventus conferences include aligning global regulation in Kampala, Uganda from 9-10th April; Nicosia, Cyprus from 9 - 10 April 2019; Cyprus, Nicosia from 20 - 21 May 2019; before hitting the US in New Jersey from 18 - 19 June.
Eventus is playing a key role in aligning regulation across regions, and BiG Africa is the first step in larger scale integration for 2019 and beyond, leaving a generation of empowered regional operators and stakeholders in its wake.