EXPERTS Technology Momentum that Africa’s Gambling Firms adopt 2021 1 year ago Adeleye Awakan Post Views: 393 The Gaming industry is one of the sectors that can’t be improved without technological innovations. To enhance Africa’s gaming industry, operators and the regulators must take advantage of tech momentum right across the sphere by continually updating their Gambling Act to fits into the latest technology innovation. Bookmakers will have to adopt this tech right across all spectrums for bettors gaming experiences; bookmakers and platform solution providers need to be aware of modern technological trends and implement new solutions as soon as possible. But how can they see over the horizon and predict upcoming innovations that will likely take over the Africa gaming industry in 2021. Blockchain and Cryptocurrency is an ideal solution for Africa gambling Industry Blockchain technology is an ideal solution; it is already known as a breakthrough technology, one that brings more hope for the future to several industries and our daily lives, and iGaming betting and gambling is not an exception even though there is still uncertainty surrounding Blockchain and its offers and information on how it works in the gambling industry. Therefore, operators must recognize that Blockchain technology revolutionizes how transactions are conducted due to their incorruptible nature every day. Countless transactions are carried out on Blockchain technology through cryptocurrencies. Blockchain technology makes the transaction faster and more straightforward, no banks needed or other third parties involved in the process. All transactions are transparent to every participant. Cryptocurrencies have been the talking point in Africa for 2020. The surge for crypto trading is evident it is expected that the momentum of crypto trading to keep soaring among the African populace, and more people in the region will likely venture into crypto in 2021; given the all-time high of crypto globally for Africa, crypto will serve as an investment opportunity for many to hedge volatile African currency due to the impact of the pandemic that has ravaged many African economies through the adoption of crypto in the Africa gaming industry is picking up it is expected that more gambling firms adopt the virtual currency in the website to serve players, adopting the technology will provide a secured process for every transaction which provide that is instantaneous, cheap and lessen fraudulent activity. Artificial intelligence AI, of course, stands for artificial intelligence. It has a rich history and has been the backbone for countless aspects of computing, gaming, and more. Artificial intelligence technology can function adequately with existing data, and if AI is adopted, the breakthrough technology can create a satisfying customer experience for players in the gaming industry. AI technology unique features to create a better in-game user experience and better serve ads current or potential clients through real-time personalization. This unique feature is an enhancement of user experience by providing human-like customer service powered by machine learning. AI technology also processes quick user queries; automated customer support can be fast, efficient, and human-like. For example, imagine asking a question to chatbots that responds like a human-giving you answers based precisely on your profile. That’s the power of AI. This technology also serves to use existing data to predict customer behavior or detect unusual behavior as a way to curb gambling addiction. Bottom line The Africa gaming industry must take advantage of technology, and the covid-19 crisis has even brought it even closer for all sectors to adopt tech in crucial areas of their services, even though land-based casinos and retail sports betting will continue to exist in Africa and the rest of the world for the foreseeable future. Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies are growing in momentum in the region, with crypto will improve trust among players and offer transparency to their customers. The implementation of blockchain, smart payments, swift transactions, and easy money exchanges will become real. AI is changing the overall landscape of online gambling in recent times. The experience of online gambling through different technology models helps the industry grow and further create an excellent experience for customers and take the gambling business to a whole new level. Adeleye AwakanAuthor E-play Africa, sports betting reviews, thoughtful leardership articles in Africa gambling industry, marketing gaming platforms in Africa with strong networking relationship with gaming operators in Africa, Expertise in PR, marketing communication, and consultant on gaming in Africa. 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