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  • Ahead of the second edition of ICE Africa (2-3 October, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg) event organisers Clarion Gaming has launched a new initiative designed to champion key gaming jurisdictions on the continent.

  • John Kamara, co-founder of the Global Gaming Africa consultancy and Brand Ambassador for ICE Africa 2019, believes this year’s event is capturing the imagination of the pan-African gaming community.   ...
  • Feature: Room to grow

    12 Sep 2019
    While many questions remain unanswered regarding the future of igaming in African’s most populous nation, the growth fundamentals remain solid for operators with the right acquisition and retention st ...
  • While thus far igaming payments in Africa have largely been funnelled through mobile providers, the Kenyan clampdown has accentuated a growing awareness that other options are needed, says Joanne Chri ...
  • Anambra State Gaming Company chief executive Benjamin Yarnap explains how the state regulator is working to encourage gaming companies to invest in the state, while ramping up player protection effort ...
  • Mathew Symmonds’ meetings with affiliate managers at conferences used to come to an abrupt end when he revealed he was generating most of his traffic from Africa. Not so today. We find out how he ente ...
  • Growing concerns about the rise of gambling addiction in some African nations has led to calls for more stringent regulation across the continent. Jake Pollard assesses the severity of the situation a ...
  • ‘An unmissable opportunity for the entire industry to build a solid, sustainable foundation for the future of gaming,’ is how Lasha Gogiberidze, Chief Executive Officer at Parimatch Africa has described this year’s ICE Africa. 
     
  • Vincent Wakaba, Chairman of the Mobile Money Association of Kenya, has underlined the importance of industry wide discussion and debate at this year’s ICE Africa (2-3 October) following license renewals in Kenya and East Africa which has created an uncertain future for Mobile Network Operators.

     
  • As one of the most respected trade bodies on the continent, the South African Bookmakers’ Association (SABA) has taken a stand on a number of key issues. Sean Coleman, SABA’s CEO, explains its commitment to blocking centralised monitoring legislation, the lessons that can be learned from the credit industry, the importance of sharing intelligence and the consequent benefits of attending what he believes to be the gambling industry's essential Pan-African b2b event.

     
  • Caly Michaelides | Marketing Manager | Kiron What are the challenges that you face being a woman in the industry? Being a woman in the gaming sector comes with inimitable obstacles, we can’t deny that ...
  • Adheera Bodasing | Director | Polarity Consulting With the regulation, operation and perception of the gaming industry under the microscope at this year’s event, what do you see as the main challenges ...
  • Judith Kiragu/Director/Golden Key Casino/ Kenya What advice can I give aspiring young professionals? I will base this on my personal experience. I stayed ahead of the game in the field I was intereste ...
  • Shaila Hari/Deputy Chairperson of the Gauteng Gambling Board /Chairperson of the Gaming Committee. With the regulation, operation and perception of the gaming industry under the microscope at this yea ...
  • Charlene Ludick | General Manager | Peermont Global What is your proudest achievement to date, how has that impacted your business and the industry? There are so many proud moments, the most recent be ...
  • Morongoa Moss | Regulator | Eastern Cape Gambling Board How do you manage that work/life balance? There is no work/life balance and I have made peace that my work takes over my life, my kids’ life and ...
  • Qhinaphi Sitsila | General Manager| Casino Association Of South Africa What is your proudest achievement to date? How has that impacted your business and the industry? I have several proud achievement ...
  • How do you Diversity affects businesses?  Genevieve Smith | Sustainability Manager | Sun International Diversity holds the organisation accountable and promotes corporate responsibility – by committin ...
  • What advice would you give aspiring young professionals?   Refiloe Shembe |Learning and Development Specialist | Sun International 1. Be confident: I believe that confidence is all about being positiv ...
  • Fadeke Akeju| Founding Partner, WYS Solicitors | Nigeria WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE ADVANCING AFRICAN GAMING INDUSTRY? The Africa gaming industry is still in its infancy compared to ot ...

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