Sep 122013
 

Best in Gaming Technology Africa Summit 2013 taking place 4th to 6th November 2013 at Montecasino  in Johannesburg will address latest changes and key issues the in gaming technology, how those changes will affect the gaming industry, and how technology can improve operations, increase revenues and control costs.

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The summit will address key issues related to the field of technological progress, trying to understand the fast rate of change in gaming technology, its impacts currently and what’s to come in the next five years and beyond. Additional issues, which will be discussed, will deal with the development of social gaming and how to monetise it; new challenges and solutions in all that has to do with payment processing and thoughts and ideas on different ways to connect with customers to encourage even more profitable relationships.

Best in Gaming Technology Africa Summit 2013 will examine these new technologies with the help of presentations by experts and business leaders on the subject; attendees will get a hands-on look on technological updates, strategies and solutions for the ever-changing gaming industry.

Best in Gaming Technology Africa Summit 2013 will provide attendees with power-packed presentations by international, local and regional experts/ leaders, featuring hands-on technology updates, strategies and insights, addressing real-world technology challenges and looking at solutions for all segments of the gaming industry.

Best in Gaming Technology Africa Summit 2013 will be the industry’s hottest technology event. The summit is designed to appeal to the who is who in the gaming industry in Africa and internationally.

Attendees to the summit will consist of CEO’s, senior directors and key figures in the gaming industry; professionals like global and local gaming operators, gaming regulators, gaming content providers, system suppliers and gaming manufacturers. There will be software and payment providers, hosting companies and representatives from every aspects of online and offline gambling. This creates an opportunity to meet others and to develop valuable business relationships.

This is your opportunity to network and gain valuable contacts with influential decision makers from around African continents and beyond.

Expect to meet CEOs, COOs, MDs, GMs, CIOs, CTOs and senior directors from:

  • Global and local gaming operators
  • Gaming regulators
  • Gaming and content providers
  • Gaming machine suppliers and manufacturers
  • Software suppliers
  • Payment providers
  • Hosting companies
  • Online marketing consultants
  • Gaming consultants
  • Fraud and IT consultants
  • Legal advisors
  • Industry Associations

Hear from these expert speakers:

  • Zodwa Ntuli, Deputy Director General, Department of Trade and Industry
  • Adv. Themba Ngobese, CEO, Casino Association of South Africa
  • Stuart Wing, COO, Sun International
  • Nikki Forster, South African Hospitality & Gaming Leader, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Tebogo Makamo, Vice President, Operations – Africa and Europe, BMM Compliance
  • Andrew Crone, Enterprise Gaming Systems Programme Lead & Regional IT Quality and Testing Manager, Sun International
  • Daniel Kustelski, Managing Director, Voltbet.com
  • Tyrone Dobbin, Co-founder/Managing Director, Sportingbet South Africa
  • Anli Kotze, COO, BetTech Gaming
  • Ian Barnes, CTO, BetTech Gaming
  • Craig Swan, General Manager, Krugerbets.com
  • Greg Parsons, Director Sales Africa, Sportradar
  • Wayne Lurie, Director, Laurie Inc

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