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Sports Betting East Africa Shines a Light on the East Africa's Amazing Sports Betting ProgressPublished April 9, 2019 by Lee R
A significant array of regional officials heads the festivities this year at Sports Betting East Africa.
A key East Africa conference is coming up.
Sports Betting East Africa SBEA 2019 takes place from April 9-10th at the Kampala Serena Hotel in Uganda.
Attendees can look forward to tapping into the vast experience and knowledge of an international gathering of gaming industry contacts speaking on the most relevant topics to the sports betting sector.
The 5th Annual Sports Betting East Africa + looks to build on previous shows by bringing together the hottest topics with the gaming sector's most inspiring icons, software and service providers to turn unique insights into enhanced practical knowledge for the growing East African market.
The discussions at the conference are designed to achieve a thorough understanding of recent updates in the areas of regulation; technology; marketing and operations and business leadership in the gaming sector through presentations, case studies and master class sessions.
The exhibition will showcase new products as the backdrop connecting decision makers in the sports betting industry connect with a global cast of gaming industry peers from all disciplines from around the world.
Delegates on Hand
Delegates will include East Africa’s most prominent sports betting operators; the most influential gaming legislators, regulators and gaming associations from across Africa; and a global professional turnout of lawyers, consultants, marketing experts and gaming advisors to the gaming industry from around the world.
Among the official speakers are Yoti International Business Manager Adhiraj Ghosh; Odi Bets Kenya Country Manager Aggrey Sayi; DAZN Content Distribution Director Daniel Price; Ugandan Revenue Authority Officer of Compliance Management at Medium Taxpayers' Office Emmanuel Kamugira; and Uganda Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Secretary Jame Mpiirwe; and BetLion CEO Oliver Bates.
The list of speakers, events, and topics goes on and on, and SBEA will clearly be the place to get a well-rounded perspective on the East Africa regional profile as well as inform global regulation and marketing developments in the sports betting sector.