BiG Africa Summit: A Glimpse into the continent’s bright future

The BiG Africa Summit 2023 will provide attendees with essential information from regulators and legal experts.

Eventus International is looking to build on the success of SPiCE India 2023 with the 9th Edition of BiG Africa Summit 2023 in Johannesburg, South Africa between 30 and 31 March.

The event offers igaming stakeholders networking opportunities and insights around regulation, investment, and market opportunities in Africa.

Regulation for online gaming in South Africa is a pressing topic, with full regulation on the horizon, which means some operational changes may be in order around licensing, marketing, and Financial Intelligence Centre Act requirements.

The BiG Africa Summit 2023 will provide attendees with essential information about these changes from regulators and legal experts.

Meanwhile, over the past decade, foreign investment has been steadily pouring into the African market. Investors have been encouraged by the growing pool of online players and the supportive regulatory approach of African governments.

These developments position Africa as a growing, yet sustainable, igaming market. At the BiG Africa Summit 2023 attendees will access strategies for attracting international investors to African platforms, as well as meeting the investors themselves at various networking events.

Women make up around 40% of the igaming workforce in Africa, but the percentage of women in managerial roles remains low.

Initiate International global managing director Lois Bright, a passionate supporter of women in igaming, will be at the Summit to address the barriers women professionals face in the African igaming industry to initiate a more inclusive industry.

BiG Africa Summit 2023 is a one-stop shop for all things igaming in Africa. Access insightful discussions, informative presentations, and valuable networking opportunities. To secure your spot, visit

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Written by Hannah

Hannah is editor of and has almost 15 years experience in journalism, including reporting on law, TV, gambling, crypto and alternative finance. She is particularly interested in the future of money, the transition of gambling from 'vice' industry to mainstream entertainment and the application of blockchain technology to wider society.

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