ICE Africa Solidifies African Gaming Starting TodayPublished October 2, 2019 by Lee R
With a plethora of content and guests, ICE Africa looks ready to bring Africa fully into the modern iGaming era.
With 90% of visitors returning, ICE Africa re-continues its campaign today October 2nd as the most educational and informative conference in African gaming.
Taking place at South Africa's Sandton Convention Centre today and tomorrow October 3rd, 2-3, ICE Africa caters to local and international gaming operators and suppliers serving the land-based and online sectors, as the only gaming event to connect the entire continent with the world in a priceless setting at no charge.
Agenda topics include presentations from African and global B2B gaming experts include Regulation; Online vs Retail; Integrated Resorts; Branding & Marketing; Getting the Product Right; and Sports and eSports, with the full agenda downloadable at the conference website.
At this point, promoter Clarion Gaming has confirmed delegates from 29 African nations are registered, representing 85 percent of regulated African nations in which gambling is regulated.
The attendees last year included 21% final decision makers; 40% members of final decision-making groups, and 29% in organisational positions of Influence and Recommendation.
Speakers for ICE Africa 2019 include BetBonanza MD Adekunle Adeniji; Nairabet Head of Marketing Aderemi Owolabi Mustapha; Managing Director Adheera Bodasing; and Pronet Gaming CEO Alex Leese; and EnterG Solutions Co-founder Joseph Bavon.
The exhibition floor will provide over 1500 visitors with the first look at the best products and services from the industry launching into Africa.
Clarion Senior Producer Daniel Tyler confirmed his delight at confirming “the attendance of delegates from so many countries “at the forefront of the development of (Africa's) regulated gambling,” while further expressing confidence that “ICE Africa will be fundamental to the development of the gambling sector."
ICE Africa Brand ambassador John Kamara looks forward to developing “a deeper understanding of the contribution gaming can make in relation to the development of national economies.”
In a region in need of infusion of revenue from global e-commerce, ICE Africa 2019 appears ready to make history today.