Why is ICE Africa important for the local gaming industry and why are you supporting this year’s event?
Casino Exhibitions News
In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
This column was born in South Africa, in the middle of nowhere between Jo’Burg and Sun City in a Dacia revving at 5,000 and barely making it up a hill. I would call it a difficult birth, but I am certain it will have a bright future. Glyn and I agreed that a structured series of articles on the most important issues of casino management would do the industry and the magazine good, so here we go.
Daniel Tyler, Conference Producer at Clarion Gaming and ICE Africa
The burgeoning African gaming market has been spearheaded by a number of countries in recent years with South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania widely deemed as the leading markets on the continent.
Ahead of ICE North America, we sat down with Perform CEO, Ross MacEacharn, to discuss the role live streaming plays in driving in-play betting and the role it might play in driving entertainment and engagement for sportsbooks in the US.
Why is live streaming so popular with global sports bettors?
We would like to share some of the impressive opinions of our visitors of Zitro’s booth at FIJMA19:
“You have created a new game trend in the Gaming Halls and Bingo throughout Spain.”
“I’ve never seen such a large and imposing display of machines.”
“Your Sign has marked a new line of design that dresses the rooms.”
“They have never served us as well as your commercial and technical team; always attentive to our needs.”
Rory Credland Event Director Japan Gaming Congress Chats with Peter White
Japan’s Government is constantly announcing new legislation, will attendees have the advantage at JGC to gain the most accurate interpretation and explanations of these guidelines and laws?
A great learning and networking experience attended by Damien Connelly
The ICE conference always has great speakers. The Japan Roundtables that started Monday’s International Casino Conference were worth the conference fee for the information they shared.