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The Third Annual Sports Betting East Africa Coming Next MonthPublished March 14, 2017 by Florin P
The Sports Betting East Africa 2017 conference will run on April 10-11 at the Kampala Serena Hotel in Uganda.
Industry leaders from the entire African continent and European experts are expected to attend the Sports Betting East Africa 2017 conference. The purpose of the symposium is to strengthen the local betting industry and provide players with more opportunities. The two-day event will take place in Kampala and will take place April 10-11, making Uganda a hotspot for the international betting industry.
A Major Market Opportunity for the Gaming Industry
This is one of the most important international conferences hosted by the country and the second Annual Sports Betting East Africa that takes place in Uganda. The event is attended by local sports betting companies, as well as regulators. Those who attend the conference can learn more about the international best practices and use the newfound knowledge to create a better gambling environment.
Over the last couple of years, Africa has emerged as one of the most tempting markets for the gaming industry. The conference held in Uganda is dedicated exclusively to sports betting companies and focuses on the latest trends, strategies and opportunities. An impressive lineup of suppliers is expected to showcase the best products to prospective customers as well as policymakers.
Creating a Sustainable Sports Betting Industry in Africa
The third Annual Sports Betting East Africa 2017 conference could be an important milestone for Ugandan players. Participants will try to use this opportunity to convince the government to embrace the betting industry and create the necessary environment for the industry to grow. Local authorities are strengthening the regulations which have led to an overall reduction of the number of sports betting firms.
Kampala Serena Hotel is the place where interested parties will get together to discuss the most sensitive sports betting issues. They will try to find ways to make the industry more transparent and accountable, while discussing case studies and the impact of mobile betting.