Lagos – Stakeholders in the gaming industry
in Sub-Saharan Africa will converge in Lagos next month to explore
opportunities and encouraging a regulatory framework to produce a thriving and
They will meet under the auspices of the WrB Africa,
taking place on April 11-12 at the Sheraton Lagos Hotel.
Clarion Events runs the WrB Series.
“We have launched WrB Africa for those seeking to unlock
the huge potential of this region, but who may be unsure of the complexities of
the regulatory environment. Perhaps they are already operating in one of the
fast growing African regions but want to step up a level,” said Curtis Roach,
senior conference producer on the event.
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Delegates will be presented with a heavy-weight agenda
and over 30 market-leading organisations to network with and to do business
with, as well as the opportunity to learn directly from the leading companies
based in East, West and Central Africa, in addition to the continent’s major
Rory Credland, Event Director said: “It will be fantastic
to bring together so many people from across the globe to talk about responsible
gambling and how we can help to create a sustainable future for one of the
Gaming industry’s high-potential markets.”
The speaker line-up includes a keynote session from Lanre
Gbajabiamila, Chief Executive of the Lagos State Lottery Board (LSLB).
Other speakers include John Kamara, Director of
Global Gaming Africa, Tarimba Abbas, Director General of Tanzania Gaming Board,
Edward Lalumbe, COO of the Gauteng Gambling Board and Matthias Jacek Wojdyla,
Head of International Affairs at Federation of International Football
- CAJ News