WrB Africa 2016 Coming This SpringPublished March 6, 2016 by Vlad G
The gaming potential in Africa and its regulations will be highlighted next month at the anticipated event.
Operators from around the world, leading figures and expert speakers in the gambling industry will be going to Nigeria for the World Regulatory Briefing Africa next month, taking place 11-12 April 2016. The event will take place in Lagos, which has become one of the biggest markets on the continent, and will focus mostly on the regulatory environment in the Sub-Saharan region.
A Big Stop in the WrB Series
The World Regulatory Briefing series has been very successful in 2015 and with the big stop in 2016 taking place in Africa, there are a lot of operators interested in learning about the different regulations in local markets. Clarion Events will continue with the series and will run the highly anticipated event.
It is expected that some of the most influential decision-makers in the global online gambling industry from suppliers and operators will be present, as well as regulators from the region. Joining them will of course be countless attendees looking to learn about the particularities in these markets from the experts with a lot of experience and knowledge.
Getting Ready for the Event
Preparations are already underway and some key themes have been set for the schedule. These include ways and opportunities for foreign investors to enter the market, solutions for building new infrastructures, retail as well as online coverage and local trends for marketing strategies.
Key regulators in Africa will use the event to present the process of getting a license for gambling in the country and tips for operating with the individual frameworks already in place.
Lagos Lottery Board CEO, Lanre Gbajabiamula, will be one of the speakers at WrB Africa 2016 and stated that this is a great event which is demanded in the market for the opportunities it can create.
Clarion Event Director, Rory Credland, also shared the excitement for the upcoming conference which aims to keep the industry going forward in the challenging gaming market.