Level 2 getting us “BAC” to business

South Africa has recently moved down to alert level 2, allowing interprovincial travel, hence literally clearing the way for attendants to join the Eventus International team at the BiG Africa Conference (BAC) in Johannesburg from 29 to 30 October 2020!

The country has recorded a decline in the daily COVID-19 cases and with the ease of restrictions came a greater sense of normalcy and positiveness. Despite this, the gaming sector - like countless other industries - has been impacted tremendously during the last few months. The BiG Africa Conference 2020 (BAC) is well-timed and poised to unite South Africa’s leading gaming industry players to exchange their accounts of the “new normal” and share with attendees their methods of adapting and innovating while navigating through wholly uncharted territory.

After months of virtual conferencing, BAC 2020 offers all South African gaming stakeholders the opportunity for safe and responsible live networking with industry peers while gaining invaluable insights through expert knowledge sharing.

In compliance with the South African government’s regulations and guidelines, the event will be limited to a maximum of 50 participants while adhering to strict social distancing protocols to ensure the safety and welfare of all participants.

The cap on attendance also means that seats are limited!

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