We bet on the future, sixth annual Sports Betting Summit in West Africa


We bet on the future, sixth annual Sports Betting Summit in West Africa

This years’ Sbwa+ aimed to provide stakeholders across the gaming industry with a platform to gain expert knowledge

 

On November, 26th and 27th, Sports Betting West Africa+ will be staged, scheduled at the Federal Palace Hotel & Casino in Lagos, Nigeria. The sixth annual Sports Betting Summit is based on the popularity of previous editions, offering even “hotter” and more stimulating topics for growth in the West African market.

“This years’ Sbwa+ aimed to provide stakeholders across the gaming industry with a platform to gain expert knowledge, build new connections and to explore the key issues & trends impacting the gaming industry in Africa under the “new normal” condition. The discussion will help those keen to leverage a solid understanding of the latest developments, strategies and opportunities on the continent’s gaming industry”, Yudi Soetjiptadi, Eventus International’s managing director, which organizes the event, affirms.

What are the main subjects that will be addressed?

“This year’s Sbwa+ will be focusing on the following 5 key areas: an update on the current gaming legislations and tax framework in Nigeria and how does this affect businesses. What does the “new normal” for Africa’s sports betting and gaming industry look like post Covid-19? Take advantage on the rise of virtual sports and other betting industry in Africa. How to successfully start an online sports betting and gambling business in West Africa. Discover how West African operators and affiliates can collaborate to maximise profits”.
As regards the organization of the conferences, the 6th Annual Sports Betting West Africa congress seeks to build on the growing popularity of previous shows by bringing together even more current and relevant issues, inspiring gaming sector icons, software and service providers, and practical knowledge for growing in the West African market. The event aimed to be attended by hundreds of West African operators, regulators, service providers, marketers, payment solution providers and gaming sector experts”.