EXPERTS KENYA Growing Popularity of eGaming and Online Gambling in Africa 5 months ago Samuel Post Views: 188 For bettors and gamblers, African nations are rising to the top of the list of prospective locations for 2022 and beyond. Mobile gambling is still expanding its footprint in Africa, where it already has a sizable portion of the industry. There were around 184 million internet users in Africa as of August 2022, according to Statista, with the majority of them using smartphones or other mobile devices for the internet. As smartphones and low-cost broadband internet becoming more widely available, the trend is anticipated to increase. Online gaming is notoriously unregulated in most countries. When it comes to developing gaming laws in Africa, some nations, like Tanzania, have been ahead of the curve. Even if this implies that international companies may freely sell their services and products across the majority of Africa, it can create confusion in areas wherein regional governments want to enforce regulations that aren’t authorized at the national level. Online Gambling in Africa: An Overview Over the past 25 years, it has been evident that the economic growth of many African nations has been steadily increasing. The gaming industry in South Africa generated $2.2 billion in income during the 2022 fiscal year. The internet gambling industry in Nigeria generated more than $600 million in revenue in 2019. Third-largest in the world for internet gaming is Kenya. In Kenya, the market for internet gambling is estimated to be worth $40; this figure must have increased dramatically after COVID. Ghana is also a prominent nation in the rapidly growing African online gaming business. According to recent projections, Ghana’s internet gaming industry will generate $9.3 million in income by 2023. This wave of ongoing changes, which resulted in a drop in the average cost of internet access in various African nations, is intimately related to the growth of the online gambling sector. As more Africans have access to a steady internet service, the availability of 4G networks in African countries has more than quadrupled in the previous five years. Therefore, it should be noted that in a world with limitless opportunities for economic advancement and ongoing technology advancement, it was merely a moment in time until online gaming firms eager to expand considered Africa an enticing market. The Most Lucrative Table Games in Live Casinos in Africa To fully understand the significant contribution that live casino games have made to the growth of the business across the continent, it is crucial to go into more detail to examine the African online gambling market. Most Africans find the convenience of online casinos quite alluring. Still, other players’ concerns soon made it clear that they had missed their chance to engage in a genuine live casino encounter. Gambling sites have effectively compensated for the absence of a live environment by adding Live Casino games to their collection. Players may now be transferred into an atmospheric Nevada night while playing the games. Famous Online Casino in Africa: Blackjack and Baccarat Live Blackjack is a renowned table game among gamblers searching for an exhilarating gaming experience. Blackjack is the worldwide favorite among online gamblers. If you haven’t played it yet, you can choose a reliable online casino site, which offers exciting bonuses. Another favorite is Live Baccarat, which has its roots in the eponymous traditional card game and has been extremely popular in African online casinos since it first came out. As a result, African players may enjoy a realistic gambling experience from the convenience of their homes by playing the live version of such games in online casinos. Regulating Online Gambling in Africa Authorities in Africa will undoubtedly tighten rules and regulations pertaining to online gambling and gambling, following the example set by lawmakers in the US, Europe, and Asia. Political pressure on the online betting and gaming industry to contribute to the efforts against global financial criminality is a significant motivator. Regulators are becoming more involved with the gambling and eGaming industry globally, especially online organizations, and are increasingly penalizing operators that violate anti-money trafficking or wagering laws. Early advances are already becoming apparent, with Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda setting the bar for establishing rules addressing internet gaming. The Gaming Regulators Africa Forum strives to increase awareness and coordinate gambling legislation across Africa. Source: africafeeds.com About Post Author Samuel I am a journalist specializing in gambling in Africa and around the world. I am particularly interested in stories about games and casinos. See author's posts SamuelI am a journalist specializing in gambling in Africa and around the world. I am particularly interested in stories about games and casinos. 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