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What is ICE Africa?

ICE Africa is the only pan-African event to help you to drive business growth, as well as strategic, sustainable and actionable plans in a growing market full of potential... for free. 9/10 of previous visitors said they'll be back!

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Champions of Africa

Why attend ICE Africa 


Meet with decision makers across pan-Africa and the rest of the world to accelerate your business growth, build relationships with key partners and become a benchmark leader.


Learn from major players in the African and international B2B gaming industry about the challenges and opportunities presented in one of the most exciting markets in the world, and future-proof your business through knowledge.


Discover new prospects and opportunities in the burgeoning African gaming market. Create strategic and actionable planning tailored to your business needs, with the help of our industry experts.


Experience outstanding entertainment, celebrations and show features, making idea generation, business development and product discovery enjoyable.

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Features at ICE Africa




Totally Gaming Academy



International Legislators' Agenda

Women in Gaming

 iGB Affiliate Africa

The first ever iGB Affiliate Africa, had its inaugural event which was co-located with ICE Africa 2019.

This half day conference, iGB Affiliate Africa had key industry members sharing their insights on the benefits of affiliate marketing, plus top tips on how to forge an operator affiliate relationship that is both profitable and sustainable.

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2019 Speaker line-up


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Event News


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Industry News From iGB

  • Aspire Global has put a 97.5% year-on-year decline in net profit for 2019 primarily down to a major tax settlement in Israel, though the igaming solutions provider was able to report an increase in revenue for the year.
  • Gambling self-exclusion software provider Gamban have partnered with Lloyds Banking Group - owner of British high street banks Halifax, Lloyds and Bank of Scotland - that will allow customers access to its site blocking software.
  • The Washington House of Representatives has voted through a bill that would legalize land-based and online sports betting in the state, with the tribal-focused legislation now set to move forward to the Senate.
  • France’s online gaming market revenue grew 18.1% year-on-year to €1.42bn in 2019, thanks in part to a 27.3% increase in the contirbution from sports betting, according to online gambling regulator L’Autorité nationale de régulation des jeux en ligne (ARJEL).
  • Online gambling operators should introduce mandatory deposit limits in order to better protect their customers from gambling-related harms, according to new research backed by Åland Islands-based Paf.
  • MGM Resorts International has a clear path to securing an integrated resorts licence in Japan, after the government of Osaka Prefecture announced that it was the only business to submit a bid.

Exhibitors from 2019

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