2020 Sports Betting West Africa+ Set To Impress
Sports Betting West Africa+ 2020 is set to take place in Lagos, Nigeria in July next year. It’s an event that allows professionals in the gaming and betting industry to network with one another and preview cutting-edge innovations. Best practices are shared, and executives can get up to speed with advancements in the industry on the African continent.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone interested in getting an opportunity to network with top professionals in the industry and expanding their brand’s footprint in this region should attend SBWA+ 2020. This includes bookmakers, casino operators, consultants, gaming regulators and other governmental authorities, industry associations, lawyers and other legal consultants, and payment solution and software providers.
Previous editions of this event have also attracted auditors, banks, data analysts and providers, marketing companies, international gaming operations’ affiliate departments, and investors, who are all welcome too.
How Will Attendees Benefit?
SBWA+ 2020 is working towards creating a platform that allows stakeholders involved in multiple disciplines of this industry to enhance their skills. This will be done through pooling knowledge on the latest regulations, new marketing techniques, state-of-the-art technologies, and Responsible Gambling practices, and will help to ensure their lasting success.
Guests will be able to meet West Africa’s leading operators and strengthen their skills thanks to the global expertise of some of this sector’s most important stakeholders. This will assist participants’ improvement in furthering the development of their own operations.
Visitors will be taught how to stay ahead of their competitors by using the latest marketing strategies and tools and can become agents for change as everyone comes together to make the West African market better. Attendants will also be made aware of upcoming regulations that various regulatory bodies are planning to introduce and be shown how to attract more business within their home countries and the rest of West Africa.
SBWA+ 2019A Major Success
Eventus International was widely applauded for how successful the SBWA+ 2019 event was. The company has built its reputation on creating exclusive events for niche markets marked by gender diversity and inclusion.
Last year the SBWA+ unfolded over the 23rd, 24th, and 25th of July at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos, and feedback from those who were present was unremittingly positive. STM Gaming stated that their team had great fun and was honoured to receive the Prestige Award on behalf of BtoBet.
They let it be known that their strategic partnership in the African Market is continually getting stronger, and spoke of their pride in being recognised at such an esteemed event before making specific mention of the incredible organisation evidenced by Eventus International.
Next year’s SBWA+, from the 22nd to the 24th of July, will see a new structure being introduced. MasterClass sessions are going to be available and the West Africa Gaming Awards Ceremony will take place on the last day. Categories for this highly anticipated event will include Game Changer of the Year, Operator of the Year in West Africa, a Prestige Award, Recognition of Loyal Support, SBWA Speaker of the Year, and Supplier of the Year in West Africa.
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