21 September 2018

Read our exclusive Africa Focus which delves into the rapidly changing market. While the huge potential of a young, football-mad population of 1.2 billion and growing is undoubted, significant hurdles remain for operators and partners looking to enter igaming markets in African countries. Chief among these obstacles are inconsistent regulation and a product landscape shaped by what the CEO of one operator describes as the “leapfrogging phenomenon” of becoming a mobile market virtually overnight, with desktop barely figuring. 

Highlights from the supplement include: 

  • Preparing for launch in Africa
  • Africa iGaming Dashboard
  • Upwardly mobile
  • Q&A: Tyrone Dobbin, Sportingbet, South Africa
  • Q&A: John Kamara
  • Regulating the African grey market
  • Keeping sports betting simple

Have you registered for ICE Africa? Find out more about the event here.

This supplement was created in association with Alderney eGambling and also supported by Bede Gaming, Betradar, Emirat, Betkey, Marginfox, Gaming 5.0, Golden Race, iDoBet, MGA and Amelco. 

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