This Monday: BiG Africa Summit 2015Published October 24, 2015 by Lee R
A long list of speakers is the highlight feature of this interactive event.
The online gambling industry is taking it to the next level as in Africa as a must-attend for the international Betting and iGaming communities approaches.
Next Level Stuff
The BiG Africa summit will offer high profile speakers, the most relevant topics to the industry today, and an increasingly interactive format that is sure to bring out a variety of strong opinions from speakers and attendees alike.
The Big Africa precedent has been set in Johannesburg over the last two years, delivering key topics and special prominent hosts to decision makers, executives and key players and bringing hosts of important speakers to Johannesburg to share insights on the rapidly expanding industry of iGaming.
Taking place from Monday the 26th to Wednesday the 28th of October the Emperors Palace, attendees will have the chance to listen to 30+ speakers, 20+ exhibitors, 200+ corporate peers, 12 presentations, 4 interactive panel discussions and 2 masterclasses.
Prominent iGaming names in the staggering multitude of speakers includes South Africa's Shadow Minister of the Department of Trade Geordin Hill-Lewis; African Lottery Association Chairman; Gidani's African Lottery Association and Chairman Vice President Prof Bongani Khumalo; Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board CEO Dr. Maroba Matsapola; Ghana Gaming Commissioner Emmanuel Siisi Quainoo;
Peermont Hotels Chief Marketing & Regional Operations Executive Mark Jakins; and Sun International CEO Anli Kotzé; Bettor Logic UK CEO Andrew Dagnall; and
Charles Wambia, the Director of the Kenya Betting Control and Licensing Board.
Dr. Matsapola will kick off the formalities with a welcome and opening remarks from the chair, followed by an address providing essential insight on the emerging market of African in speech on the Insights on a future gambling framework in South Africa, delivered by South Africa Department of Trade and Industry Chief Director of Policy and Legislation MacDonald Netshitenzhe.
Bringing iGaming to Africa
The key to this summit is the African take on interactivity, and the conduit that the conference presents into the difficult but prominent African market for iGaming that is more receptive and prepared for entry than most may realize.