Eventus Launches a Bold New Era for Africa with Africa Gaming Roadshow in CapetownPublished October 4, 2019 by Lee R
The expertise and diversity of the optimised Africa Gaming Show platform will turn all attendees into experts.
A unique networking event kicks off in Capetown October 4th.
Optimised Networking for Africa
Created by Eventus as a traveling network event to bring decision-makers together to exchange knowledge and forge sustainable agreements, the three day networking platform Africa Gaming Roadshow has been optimized to provide attendees with direct access to the gaming industry on the African continent.
Each show day is comprised of a half-day conference until 15.00, plus a second half day of dynamic networking into the evening featuring cultural entertainment along with delicious food and drinks.
The first stop takes place October 4th at the opulent Radisson Blue Hotel Waterfront, overlooking Robben Island and the Atlantic Ocean.
Attendees will include bookmakers, casino operators, gaming regulators, government associations, software solution providers, affiliate marketers, fintech companies and more leading stakeholders.
Speakers include Whitesman-Lurie Partner Garron Whitesman; Chalkline Sports Co-founder and Head of Gaming Jason Foster; TJ Consultants Change Management Consultant Joan Alcorn; and Chalkline Sports Co-founder Joe Kustelski.
A special multicultural National Braai Day bonus is available to all delegates on September 24: a Delegate bonus discount of 20% offer extending all week using the code BIGAFRICAHERITAGE.
Speaker Alcorn Interviewed
Promoter Eventus caught up to Alcorn for an engaging interview. Bringing her 34 years specialising in Hospitality, Casino & Leisure Marketing and Electronic to the African gaming industry, Alcorn calls Big Africa Roadshow her opportunity to meet up with old industry friends and forge new relationships; while brainstorming problems with attendees are encountering in business and learning about new developments here and elsewhere.
Alcorn believes the main challenges facing Africa's gaming industry today include legislatory and taxation; where decision-makers who “have no knowledge of gaming” impede the delivery of the jobs and infrastructure the industry is capable of providing to the African continent.
With more expertise from Alcorn and other presenters, the first stop of Africa Gaming Roadshow in Capetown is sure to tackle the issues in the most strategic and proactive manner possible.