The 8th Annual BiG Africa Summit to be The First Physical Gaming Event in South Africa Post Lockdown

If there is one subject driving the conversation among business owners and industry professionals today, it has to be disruption. During the year of 2020, the global gaming landscape has changed enormously and professionals in the gaming industry continue to face the pressing need to make tough decisions quickly, to adapt, innovate and come out with continuity plans to cope with the global crisis.

It is clear that, like any other industry, the gaming industry has not been spared by the disruptive effects of COVID-19. Since the onset of the pandemic, hundreds of gaming operators have suspended their operations to halt the spread of the virus. 

As South Africa reopens its event industry, Eventus International is proud to release the dates for the 8th Annual BiG (Betting &iGaming) Africa Summit, scheduled to take place from 23 – 24 August 2021 at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, South Africa.

​The BiG Africa Summit 2021seeks to involve all African gaming stakeholders in providing an impressive exhibition floor, networking opportunities as well as the exchange of knowledge during conference sessions.

The summit constitutes the optimal platform for gaining access to the gaming industry on the African continent - an event for gaming operators and suppliers to meet as well as the opportunity to network with existing and potential clients and peers, to discuss the way forward in the “new normal”.

Delegates can expect a 2-day agenda, packed with insightful discussions from Africa’s top industry leaders, concluding with a networking function offering delicious cuisine and refreshments. The event will strictly adhere to the prescribed safety regulations and protocols to ensure the wellbeing of all attendees.

BiG Africa Summit is a proudly South African event, hosted in South Africa by South Africans to celebrate the new South Africa.

With all the necessary safety and social distancing measures in place at each of the events, we will continue to offer platforms for industry professionals to meet, engage and network responsibly within the international gaming industry!

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