The Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, South Africa, will play host to the Gambling Indaba Conference & Expo and the Totally Gaming Academy’s Slot Summit from Sunday 16 to Friday 21 July – and Kate Chambers tells us why Clarion Gaming are among a string of supporters.
Managing Director of Clarion Gaming Kate Chambers explains: “One of the reasons that we are supporting Gambling Indaba is because it holds the same values that we do. It is fundamentally committed to the business community of African gaming and recognises the importance of giving a platform to attendees to help shape the future of the industry via a well-researched and provocative agenda programme.
“We are delighted to see support for Gambling Indaba from industry leading lights such as Aruze Gaming, Gaming Laboratories Africa and NOVOMATIC Africa, to name just a few suppliers on show, not to mention influential bodies like the National Gambling Board, National Lotteries Commission and South African Responsible Gambling Foundation.”
Now in its third year, the Gambling Indaba Conference and Expo has attracted an international group of media supporters on top of prominent African associations including the likes of the Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (FEDHASA), the Gaming Regulators Africa Forum (GRAF) and the South African Bookmakers Association (SABA), who will be participating in the conference agenda for the event – as well as the world’s most important providers of gaming solutions forming an integral part of the event on the show floor.
The Gambling Indaba Conference & Expo positions itself as Africa’s premium event for gambling and has invested in producing a programme of content bolstered by the support of such key industry bodies and solutions providers. It takes place at Emperors Palace from Sunday 16 to Tuesday 18 July and is followed by the Totally Gaming Academy’s Slot Summit from Wednesday 19 to Friday 21 July.