Eventus International to continue African focus

Eventus International to continue African focus

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Eventus International to continue African focus

Several forthcoming Eventus International conferences will continue helping industry professionals expand in Africa.

The recently concluded SBEA+ summit offered attendees a wide range of valuable insights and information covering the East African region and gave its attendees plenty of opportunities to meet with local industry professionals. The forthcoming SBWA+ event, on the other hand, will continue the organizer’s African focus by covering the West African region with a similarly top-notch conference.

Being held in late August, the upcoming edition of SBWA+ will be helping attendees take advantage of the rapidly growing sports wagering and gambling market of West Africa, which is driven by the expansion of the region’s middle class, along with the growing prevalence of communications technologies and mobile devices in the continent.

Following the West African event will be the BiG Africa Summit, which will take place in March of next year in one of South Africa’s largest cities, Johannesburg. The conference’s 10th annual edition will be focusing on the entirety of the African continent and be giving attendees lots of invaluable information to expand in the promising region.

Before returning to the upcoming edition of the SBEA+ event, the organizer will be taking attendees to Cote d’Ivoire, where the 2024 edition of GEFA will be held. The unique conference will be covering the Francophone African market, along with its quirks, and will be giving participants insightful information to grow in a variety of local gambling markets.

Be sure to visit Eventus International’s website to learn more about its African events. Moreover, check out our iGaming events page to explore other upcoming conferences in Africa and beyond.

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