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  • How do you envisage the gaming landscape unfolding in a years’ time, and where do you see your company heading?   The African gaming landscape is open to accept cutting-edge gaming products with enhan ...
  • Pre-registered delegates from a total of 29 African nations were expected to pass through the doors at the Sandton Convention Centre following the opening of the second edition of ICE Africa on Wednes ...
  • The enhanced focus on responsible gambling ahead of this year’s ICE Africa has been hailed by Nigerian legal expert Olafadeke Akeju, Partner at WYS Solicitors, as evidence that the continent’s gaming industry is evolving but that more needs to be done by both regulators and operators working in unison. An ICE Africa Champion, Akeju explores why the idiosyncrasies of each nation matter, the power of community and why the small print needs to be bigger!
  • Dolan Beuthin, the founder and CEO of Nigerian sportsbook provider BestBet360, will be driving home his strong beliefs about the ‘real’ opportunities that exist across the 34 countries where gaming is regulated as one of this year’s ICE Africa Champions. Speaking ahead of his appearance at the pan-African event where he will be championing the Nigerian gaming eco-system, Beuthin explained: “I am excited to explain to the gaming industry the truth about a city like Lagos, and a country like Nigeria, communicating the real opportunities that exist in the country.”
  • Betinvest, the leading provider of technology solutions to the sports-betting and gaming industry, will be using its presence at this week’s ICE Africa (2nd - 3rd October, Sandton Convention Centre) to showcase its Online Platform which Valentyn Kyrylenko, VP of Business Development, described as having 'huge and unparalleled potential'.

  • Colin Udoh, Head of Marketing, Strategy and Communications at bestbet360, outlines why every part of the gaming ecosystem needs to pull together for the collective good starting at ICE Africa 2019.
  • With just one week to go until the second edition of ICE Africa opens its doors to the industry at the Sandton Convention Centre, South Africa, (2-3 October 2019) organisers, Clarion Gaming, has confirmed that delegates from 29 African nations have registered to attend. The geographical spread represents 85 percent of the African nations in which gambling is regulated and underlines the event’s status as the pan-African event for the industry.  ICE Africa will also provide a platform for 72 exhibitors, 26 from outside Africa and provide 15 hours of learning delivered by a talent pool of 60+ thought leaders.

  • Apollo Games, will be living up to its reputation for being one of the most ambitious commercial organisations in the sector, when it uses next week’s ICE Africa (2-3 October, Sandton Convention Centre) to unveil its plans to expand across the continent.  The Czech Republic based company, which produces innovative gaming solutions for both the land-based and online gaming sectors, will be making its debut appearance at the pan-African b2b gaming event looking to expand a footprint which already encompasses its twin main territories of Kenya and Uganda as well as Liberia, Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana and Rwanda.
  • Zamani Holdings is the official sponsor of ICE Africa’s Women in Gaming initiative, can you explain why this is of importance to the organisation?

    The subject of Women in Gaming is one that must be explored with great urgency. With only 20% of women in gaming occupying key-leadership roles and a smaller proportion of this number in ownership positions, it is critical that the industry scrutinizes the reasons why and that we rally towards eradicating gender prejudice in the gaming space. 

  • ICE Africa Champion Yahaya Maikori looks at the established and emerging regulatory frameworks in a number of key African markets

  • Following her appointment as an ICE Africa Champion, Judy Kiragu, Director, GoldenKey Casino and the Kenya Association of Project Managers, is already ‘feeling the energy’ of what can be achieved by uniting regulatory boards, thought leaders and operators under one roof. Ahead of her participation in the Eastern Africa Roundtable networking session, she explores the importance of brand trust, the power of ICE Africa’s research pool and why the continent needs Champions.

  • 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.


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