The Big Africa Summit 2013Published October 17, 2013 by OCR Editor
The biggest event of the year will have a focus on technology.
The Big Africa Summit 2013 will take place in Johannesburg, South Africa from November 4-6, and will be one of the biggest summits of the year to address essential issues in gaming technology, including the latest changes, and how they will impact the online gaming industry.
The summit will also address the improvements that technology can offer to the gaming industry in areas of operations, revenues and cost control. The summit will look at how these issues will affect South Africa, specifically, as well as online gambling around the world.
The Big Africa Summit will be looking at the next five years of the online gambling industry, and giving attendees a picture of what the industry will look like, what the challenges will be and what innovations are expected to help and hurt online gaming sites.
Other items on the agenda include the growth of social gaming, and how sites can monetize it, new ways to cultivate profitable relationships with consumers and various new solutions for payment processing.
The Big Africa Summit will address these issues through a series of expert presentations by leaders in the online gaming market, and attendees will get a practical, detailed understanding of the latest technology, insights, strategies and solutions for all parts of the gaming industry.
Expected to attend are all types of players in the field on online gaming: CEO's, senior directors, global and regional gaming operators, gaming regulators, gaming content providers, game manufacturers, machines suppliers, software and payment providers, as well as representatives from hosting companies.
Benefits of attending the Big Africa Summit in 2013 include exploring the impact of new technologies on the online gaming industry, identifying opportunities for increased growth and revenue, discussing solutions for payment processing and leveraging new ways to connect with customers.