South Africa – Executives from 26 countries to attend ICE AfricaBy Phil - 24 July 2019
Exhibitors from a total of 26 international gaming jurisdictions stretching from Armenia to Austria and the Seychelles to Slovenia are backing ICE Africa as the place to launch their latest product innovations and services.
The number of gaming jurisdictions represented on the show floor confirms ICE Africa’s status as the ‘go to’ event for Africa-facing decision makers, operators, legislators, buyers, business owners and specialist media.
The figures underline the international credentials of the ICE brand and the strength of the African market.
John Kamara, Event Ambassador for ICE Africa, commented: “As the only Pan-African event, ICE Africa has an important role to play in helping to drive sustainable business growth set against a backdrop of progressive and socially responsible regulation and we’re delighted to host so many leading African and international exhibitors who share the same passion for development on the continent as ourselves. This year we will be strengthening our focus on diversity, responsible gambling and regulation with specific conference streams, initiatives and marketing campaigns and we are currently working in unison with all our exhibitors to ensure that this forward thinking approach is bought into the light for regulators, operators and players alike.”
The full list of international jurisdictions represented at ICE Africa exhibitors comprises: Armenia; Austria; Belize; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Cyprus; France; Germany; Hong Kong; Isle of Man; Israel; Italy; Liechtenstein; Malta; Netherlands; Philippines; Poland; Seychelles; Slovenia; South Africa; Taiwan; and the UK.
The two day event will also feature a two stream conference comprising 60+ expert thought-leaders, regulators, investors and operators from both the pan-African and international gaming industry. The content-rich learning programme has been curated with the objective of driving the socially responsible advancement of gaming across the continent.
Caption: John Kamara