This October the only pan-African B2B Gaming event, ICE Africa, is going to go down in Johannesburg, South Africa. It represents 24 African nations and is a significant milestone in the industry.
It is the second time this event takes place in Africa. This points out the fact that Africa is becoming an important gaming hub. Visitors from Africa and from all around the globe will come together in Johannesburg to witness the best products that the industry offers.
ICE Africa is a great opportunity for many people to get to see what the gambling industry is all about. If that is the field you are interested in, or better yet, that you work in, don’t miss your chance.
You can still register for free to have the opportunity to see what Africa’s gaming industry has to offer. The event takes two days, 24 and 25 of October. During the event, you will hear different speakers that will show presentations and share industry insights, see the top-notch technology, and find new connections you may need to go further in your profession.
While ICE Africa is not as big of an event as ICE London, it is still impressive for an exposition that is held the second time. The list of exhibitors approaches a hundred companies that specialize in different fields within the gambling business.
It includes online casinos, licensing solutions providers, payment systems, and software providers. Whether you are a big corporate boss looking for young companies to do business with, or a small business owner who wants to get their first big deal, ICE Africa is the event for you.
ICE Africa is not just an exposition. It hots a conference that brings together the whole African gambling community. It features the most proficient figures as speakers at the event.
The conference is held in collaboration with Totally Gaming Academy (TGA) and spans across three days. For those eager to learn insights into the gaming industry, a pre-event training day is available. It will be held on 23 October.
There are three main branches of the event that take place during 24 and 25 October.
During the first one, advanceAFRICA, visitors can learn more about legal regulations in different African countries, the perspectives of Bitcoin in Africa, and how does the continent fit in the broader picture. No visitors are going to have an opportunity to discuss these ideas with the speakers and brainstorm new ways of using the African entrepreneurial spirit in the gambling industry.
MicorscopeAFRICA takes a more practical approach, showing case studies and conducting workshops for industry professionals.
The third branch is networkingAFRICA. It includes meetings of people interested in each other’s services over a meal. Potential attendees are industry suppliers, operators, and regulators, as well as international companies’ representatives looking to enter the African market.
Regardless of what are you looking for in the gambling industry, you are sure to find the answer at ICE Africa.