Big Expectations for Next Month's Sports Betting East AfricaPublished March 20, 2018 by Andy T
The 4th Annual Sports Betting East Africa Summit is just around the corner. Here's what we can expect from this event held ahead of the much anticipated 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, will be the center of betting industry from 10th to 11th April 2018. This is the place where the 4th Annual Sports Betting East Africa Summit will be held. It’s a very important event attended by world-renowned casino software developers, testing and certification service providers, casino gaming consultants and media specialists including Gamble Beast, Elbet, Gaming Laboratories International, Betconstruct and Kiron International.
A Positive Impact on the Sports Betting Industry
The hosts of this even have really big expectations for this event. According to Edgar Agaba, the CEO of National Gaming Board (Uganda), this is a great opportunity for operators and regulators from across the globe to share their experience and establish new connections.
But, this is also a chance for some professionals from other seemingly loosely related industries to learn something new. For instance, Amne Suedi Kagasheki, the principal founder of Shikana Law Group has pointed out that he is interested in sharing his thoughts and views on the different solutions provided by the national jurisdictions related to sports betting. All in all, this is a well-organized event that’s perfect for networking.
More About the Event
It’s good to know that the annual Sports Betting East Africa Summit is the only conference in Africa focused on sports betting. Of course, this event is primarily interested in East Africa as one of the fastest growing sports betting markets in the world. This is a good opportunity for many operators and professionals in this industry to prepare themselves well for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia by sharing ideas, discussing solutions and starting new relationships with other individuals and organizations. There is no doubt that East Africa is a promising market that sports betting companies should not miss.