ICE Africa (2-3 October, Sandton Convention Centre, South Africa) will provide a sharp focus on consumer protection with confirmed conference streams dealing directly with the issue of socially responsible gambling as well as sessions looking at how regulation, community projects and advertising can help to safeguard and boost the perception of the industry.
Jesper Svensson, CEO of Betsson, and Pinnacle CEO Paris Smith are among the leaders offering their insights on the key issues shaping the betting industry as part of the 20/20 Vision – The Future In Focus track of Betting on Sports 2019.
‘Shining a light on Diverse Women within the gaming industry,’ is the theme of this year’s Women in Gaming initiative developed and organised by Clarion and sponsored by the South Africa-based Zamani Holdings, the parent company under which Ithuba, the SA National Lottery Operator Functions.
The secretary of Sinistra Italiana, Nicola Fratoianni, believes that in the fight against pathological gaming we must proceed quickly and we must find a meeting point between the protection of people’s health and that of employment.
After a successful Sports Betting West Africa+ 2019 Eventus international is looking ahead to Sbwa+ 2020.
Africa is open for business and the opportunities are huge, states Ice Africa Ambassador, John Kamara.
With over 300 key industry speakers, 120 exhibitors and 3,500 industry delegates in attendance, this is the leading sports betting industry event of 2019 (17-20 September).
Reflecting the growing importance of tackling problem gambling, SBC is to stage the first Safer Gambling Forum on Thursday 19 September 2019.
The forthcoming CEC Vegas – September 4 and 5, Luxor Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas – has recorded a major coup securing Take-Two Interactive’s Director, J Moses, as its keynote speaker.
Two versions of Art Deco-themed slot will ensure enjoyment for all player types.