Clarion takes the leap into African iGaming with Gaming in Africa Conference

Published on September 4, 2017 in Industry News

iGaming in AfricaClarion, one of the leading event organisers in the world, is no doubt one of the biggest promotional experts in the industry. The company that has been around since 1947 is determined to help take iGaming in Africa to the next level.
 

Clarion aims to set African iGaming on the international map with the new Gaming Africa Conference later this year.

No Stranger to Africa

The company is no stranger to Africa as it has already participated in the highly successful World Regulatory Briefing (WrB) that took place in Kenya earlier this year. As well as the WrB in Nigeria that took place in 2015.  

The opening edition of the Gaming Africa conference is set to take place in Johannesburg from the 24th to the 25th of October 2017. The event will take place over these two days and free entry will be granted to all interested in the latest casino news and gambling related facts.

One of the perks of attending the Gaming in Africa conference will be having access to Clarion’s praised Totally Gaming Academy master classes. These classes will be streamed and is said to cover all online casino, land-based establishments, sports betting and affiliate sectors.

There will also be a series of Innovative Regional Round-tables on East, West and South Africa. These round-table discussions will continue to discuss the external investments tools as well as effective ways to manage public relations regarding gambling on the continent.
 

Expert Topics

Naturally, there will be a range of gambling and iGaming related topics that will be discussed by expert speakers. One of the biggest conversations will involve Africa’s Growing Economy. In this discussion they aim to uncover what influence regional economic dynamics might have on the gaming industry.

Other topics include Anti-Money Laundering and Sports Integrity which aim to provide useful solutions to some of the biggest inhibitors of progress for the African Gaming Industry. Each topic will be discussed in detail and is shaped to provide a better understanding at the pros and cons of the iGaming industry and why it is essential to growth and progress in the country.

According to Clarion’s Managing Director, Kate Chambers, the company operates wherever the market requests.

The Gaming Africa conference could be the first big opportunity for all iGaming professionals who hope to build relationships with both local operators and investors.