EXPERTS HOT NEWS Apex African iGaming: Unmatched Regional Event Lineup for 2024 3 months ago Iwo Bulski Post Views: 364 The term ‘Africa’ often oversimplifies the continent, neglecting its true diversity of 54 countries, a collective population of 1.47 billion, and a linguistic landscape of nearly 3000 languages. Navigating the multifaceted iGaming landscape requires a nuanced and localised approach, a key driver in successful business expansion. Spanning the vast South, North, East, and West regions, Eventus International is set to host a world-class African event lineup in 2024, seamlessly merging local insights with global trends for breakthrough market success. South Africa’s iGaming dominance, fueled by a tech-savvy population and 43 million internet users in 2023, signifies vast digital expansion potential. Key partnerships, like Shape Games’ collaboration with SunBet, contribute to this dynamic landscape, aligning with South Africa’s $1.8 billion annual gaming revenue. In 2024, the 10th Annual Edition of the BiG Africa Summit, Eventus International’s flagship event, returns to Johannesburg. As the largest conference since inception, it promises unmatched face-to-face interactions with key African gaming leaders and organisations. Drawing gaming pioneers from Southern Africa, across the continent, and beyond, this landmark summit serves as a distinctive convergence, offering essential insights and promising immense return on investment. Solidifying its place as the most sought-after event in Africa, it promises to be a not-to-be-missed experience. Ghana’s stable economy and cultural acceptance foster a thriving iGaming sector driven by increased internet use and a rising preference for online gaming. With 23 million internet users in 2023 and 80% of Ghanaians using mobile wallets, the market has become an enticing global investment hub. Recent entrants like Gaming Corps partnering with Betway Africa and Pragmatic Play’s collaboration with Soccabet contribute to shaping Ghana’s gaming landscape. Explore these developments and more at the 2nd Annual Edition of Gaming Event Francophone Africa, uniting Francophone nations and addressing the niche industry’s unique needs, set to become a powerhouse in African iGaming. Rub shoulders with influential gaming experts, broaden your network and collect knowledge essential for market entry. With an inclusive regulatory environment that has enabled iGaming operators to thrive, Uganda’s iGaming sector is on the upswing. With 11 million internet users in 2023, the nation has witnessed a surge in online gaming popularity, reflecting East Africa’s growing trend in mobile sports betting. Strategic partnerships between sportsbooks and national sporting associations enhance this growth, signaling both international recognition and the nation’s passion for sports. Looking ahead, the 9th Annual Edition of Sports Betting East Africa+ Summit promises a pivotal gathering, uniting East Africa’s stakeholders for networking and collaboration. The summit offers essential business insights and cutting-edge trends, positioning itself as a unique opportunity for dynamic players in the East African betting and gaming sector to stay ahead and gain a competitive edge. Positioned as a West African iGaming frontrunner, Nigeria has become a central hub for online sports betting and casinos, fueled by its vast population and digitally inclined youth. Hosting a robust $2 billion online sports betting industry with approximately 60 million active participants, according to Bet9ja. In light of the market’s continued rapid growth, the 9th Annual Edition of Sports Betting West Africa+ Summit is set to return to Nigeria in 2024. This time, the event will take place in the nation’s booming capital city of Abuja. The three-day summit guarantees in-depth discussions on regulatory shifts, gaming technologies, and crucial market dynamics. With a robust lineup of speakers and leading gaming solutions experts, the summit provides an exciting platform for industry stakeholders to navigate challenges and explore lucrative avenues in Nigeria’s iGaming sector. About Post Author Iwo Bulski Issues related to the gambling business is engaged in more than 30 years. My empirical experience gives me the opportunity to present events and companies from this business with full knowledge and industry knowledge. See author's posts Iwo BulskiIssues related to the gambling business is engaged in more than 30 years. My empirical experience gives me the opportunity to present events and companies from this business with full knowledge and industry knowledge. 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