After a successful first year, the annual SBC Digital Africa conference and exhibition is back. On March 30-31, 2021 1,500 professionals from the betting and gaming industry will come together from across Africa. At the conference, they’ll exchange ideas and make business connections.
The event focuses on retail and online sports betting and brick-and-mortar casino and lottery industries. iGaming will also be represented. It’s a great opportunity to discover how the industry is developing in markets across the continent. Businesses looking to launch or expand in Africa will be able to catch up on the latest developments.
An African Gaming Experience
The main body of SBC Digital Africa 2021 is a four-track conference. A wide array of professionals will be in attendance. Industry executives, regulators, marketing specialists, legal experts and industry media will all attend. They’ll discuss the opportunities in the growing gaming and online betting industries in Africa.
The agenda consists of 60 speakers. They’ll give an in-depth picture of the markets across South Africa. As well as Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda and Cote d’Ivoire. In addition, they will address the best way to approach technical and marketing challenges. New and established operators in the market will benefit.
A Full Exhibition
SBC Digital Africa will also feature an exhibition. 20 interactive booths will have product displays. These will feature the latest casino, sportsbook and payment innovations from leading suppliers. On top of that, delegates will have the chance to connect further. They’ll be able to develop new business relationships through a programme of networking roundtables.
Founder and CEO of SBC, Rasmus Sojmark stressed the success of the first SBC Digital Africa event. He said that it generated a great deal of positive feedback. Plus, it promoted new business opportunities.
About this year’s conference, he said that they’ve worked hard to develop the event further. SBC Digital Africa 2021 is now even better for delegates, exhibitors and sponsors. That means the agenda will feature hard-to-find information about more markets. The strongest speaker line-up at a gaming industry conference in Africa. And highly effective ways to showcase products and network with new contacts.