One month until Gaming Expo Francophone Africa 2023

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The countdown is on to Gaming Expo Francophone Africa (GEFA) 2023, which will take place from March 8 to 9, 2023 at the Casablanca Marriott Hotel in Morocco.

The event is positioned to help local and international operators, investors, and providers enter and expand their offerings in one of the fastest-growing markets in the industry.

The rapid adoption of online gaming across the region, coupled with increased digital resources and favourable government regulations has created a market capable of delivering sustainable profitability.

GEFA will include panel discussions on cutting-edge payment solutions, growth potential for lotteries and sports betting, and content creation for the Francophone Africa market, as well as presentations on SEO optimisation, combating match-fixing, and exclusive networking opportunities throughout the event.

The speaker line-up includes Melanin Games founder Annabel Ashalley Anthony, Search Brothers founder Kaspar Szymanski and Mobi COO Ife Akintaju.

“I think GEFA is important as it is gathering like-minded people together to discuss the next stage of gaming on the African continent. I look forward to networking with people from all over the world”, Anthony said.

“The Gaming Expo Francophone Africa is an important event for sportsbooks and gaming industry professionals who are interested in entering or expanding Francophone Africa’s gaming market”, Akintaju added.

Eventus International is offering a 10% discount on delegate passes, and all exhibition and sponsorship packages when you register before 25 February 2023.

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