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Tag: Gaming Africa

ICE Africa officially launches in London

ICE Africa Launch
Over 300 gaming industry professionals attended the launch of ICE Africa which was held on the opening day of the world’s largest gaming technology event, ICE London. Commenting on the launch of ICE Africa, Kate Chambers, Managing Director of Clarion Gaming, said: “Whilst the scale of ICE Africa will not be the same as ICE London, we will be bringing...

Positive first Gaming Africa provides focal point for development of the industry

Gaming Africa, the inaugural conference dedicated to the development of the industry across the continent, is being viewed as a landmark event by delegates, sponsors and organisers. The high profile two-day learning and networking event, which closed in Johannesburg (25 October), attracted industry thought leaders and regulators from 52 countries, including 16 African nations. The full list of countries comprises:...

Gaming Africa launches on a wave of confidence

Gaming Africa confidence
Gaming Africa, the new two-day conference organised by Clarion Gaming, welcomed many of the continent’s most distinguished thought leaders when it opened today (24 October) in Johannesburg. confidence Visitors from a total of 52 nations, including 16 from Africa, have registered to attend the inaugural event, which observers have described as representing a new dawn for the industry in Africa....

Business and media world show support for inaugural Gaming Africa

Curtis Roach Gaming Africa Event
Gaming Africa, the two day conference which runs across the 24th and 25th October in Johannesburg, has attracted the support of 49 organisations comprising commercial, trade association and media sponsors.   The first edition of the free-to-attend event, organised by Clarion Gaming, will feature commercial sponsors BetConstruct, FSB, GLI, Kiron Interactive and Sirplay. Gaming Africa’s supporting partners comprise the European Casino...

Sportsbook MasterClass to map out key training principles at Gaming Africa

Sportsbook Masterclass Lee Richardson
As anticipation grows for the first edition of Gaming Africa (24 and 25 October, Johannesburg), Lee Richardson, Course Director of the Totally Gaming Academy Sportsbook Management course, provides an exclusive preview to what delegates can expect from this specially curated training module. Lee, who is also, Chief Executive and Founder of Gaming Economics, outlines the importance of training and...

‘This is going to be good for Africa’ argues Peter Mireku

Peter Mireku, Commissioner for the Gaming Commission of Ghana, believes that the upcoming Gaming Africa (24 and 25 October, Johannesburg) will help to alter some of the negative perceptions that exist of the industry as well as providing a high profile, professional showcase for gaming on the continent. Mr Mireku, one of the thought leaders who will be speaking at...

International support continues to grow with 47 nations represented at the first Gaming Africa

47 gaming africa
Gaming professionals from Brazil to Botswana, Germany to Ghana and Lithuania to Lesotho will be amongst the delegates expected at the inaugural Gaming Africa, Clarion Gaming’s two day conference and learning symposium being held across 24th and 25th October in Johannesburg. Representatives from a total of 47 nations have registered to be part of the free to attend event, including...

Casino Marketing Masterclass to present four key modules at Gaming Africa

ICR - Casino Marketing Gaming Africa
Delegates attending Gaming Africa, Clarion Gaming's new two-day conference and learning symposium (24th and 25th October, Johannesburg), will be able to benefit from the insight and expertise of two free-to-attend training modules, Casino Marketing and Online Sports Betting, which are being presented by the internationally acclaimed Totally Gaming Academy. Course Director Arjan Korstjens provides an insight as to what delegates can expect.   How...

Turfsport Chief Commercial Officer backs vision for Gaming Africa

Gaming Africa logo
Support for the inaugural edition of Clarion’s Gaming Africa, the two-day conference and learning symposium taking place across 24 and 25 October in Johannesburg, continues to gather apace, with regulators, thought leaders and gaming companies all endorsing the vision for the creation of a world class gaming event dedicated to the continent.   Jonathan Siddall, Chief Commercial Officer at Cape Town headquartered Turfsport,...

Gaming Africa attracts support from 29 nations

Gaming Africa agenda
Gaming Africa, the two day free-to-attend conference (24 and 25 October, Johannesburg) that’s been created and staged by the team responsible for ICE, EiG, iGaming Super Show and Juegos Miami, has captured the imagination of industry professionals both within the continent of Africa and further afield.   The latest data released by organisers Clarion Gaming, shows widespread interest in the event,...

Thought leaders back Gaming Africa as Clarion publish comprehensive Agenda

Gaming Africa agenda
Clarion has published the Agenda for the inaugural Gaming Africa Conference, which is taking place across 24 and 25 October in Johannesburg. The agenda, for the free-to-attend business event, is available to download from the dedicated website,   Created as a networking opportunity for both the industry and its regulators to share knowledge and best practice, Gaming Africa will feature...

Gaming expert heralds new dawn for Africa following Clarion announcement

ICR Clarion Gaming Africa Roy Bannister
African gaming expert Roy Bannister believes the decision by Clarion Gaming to launch a new, free to attend, dedicated business event for Africa, will provide a spring board for the development of gaming across the continent. Assessing the response to the launch of Gaming Africa (Johannesburg 24th and 25th October), which was announced to world media on 25 August, he...

Clarion announce launch of Gaming Africa

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Clarion will be applying its knowledge and experience gained working in the international gaming space with the launch of Gaming Africa, a free-to-attend two-day conference taking place in Johannesburg across 24 and 25 October.   The decision to launch Gaming Africa follows requests from major industry players for a quality business-to-business event dedicated to meet the specific gaming needs of the continent....