ICE Africa to host gaming conference in Johannesburg on October 2nd to 3rd

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ICE Africa will hold a conference on gaming at the Sandton Convention Centre, South Africa as from October 2 – 3. The two-day event will feature a two-stream conference comprising 60+ expert thought-leaders, regulators, investors and operators from both the pan-African and international gaming industry. The focus will be on diversity, responsible gambling and regulation.

Exhibitors from a total of 26 international gaming jurisdictions stretching from Armenia to Austria and Seychelles to Slovenia will be in attendance. The exhibitors are expected to use the event to launch their latest product innovations and services. The number of gaming jurisdictions represented on the show floor confirms ICE Africa’s status as the ‘go to’ event for Africa-facing decision-makers, operators, legislators, buyers, business owners and specialist media.

ICE Africa will feature content and networking opportunities developed exclusively for top-tier participants. Agenda sessions will cover all of the key issues facing traditional gaming operations, as well as Integrated Resorts including Marketing, CRM, Business Intelligence, Cash Desk and Hospitality. World class training will be delivered by the Totally Gaming Academy, which is widely regarded as being the industry’s premier training and development provider.

John Kamara, Director of Global Gaming Africa, had this to say, “I believe senior members of the sector have a duty and a responsibility to create an environment that will aid and support the long-term growth of gaming, including responsible gaming, investment in other sectors of gaming, investment in gaming education and creating an ecosystem that allows us to collect more data that will help the industry with policy makers and governments across the continent. I believe that we are currently in the eye of a beautiful storm and the ability to attract the right investment is part of the objective that we should all work together to achieve. I want ICE Africa to be a place where investors come and find opportunities, where operators learn how to grow their business and where we provide an educational warehouse for the industry going forward.”

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