Realising market potential to ensure a sustainable future


Have you ever wanted to take advantage of Africa's booming economy but are unsure of the regulatory environment & its implications? Or are you already operating in one of the fast growing African regions but want to take your operation to the next level? If this is you, WrB Africa is the place to be.

Join us for Africa’s first ever summit dedicated to exploring the exciting opportunities in this thriving new gaming market and encouraging a regulatory framework that will produce a thriving, sustainable gaming industry. 

Presenting a market-leading agenda unrivalled in its depth and breadth, and over 30 market-leading organisations to network with and to do business, gain competitive advantage by learning from the experiences of the leading companies based in East, West and Central Africa, as well as the continent’s major regulators, all under one roof.

Taking place in Nigeria – one of the continent’s high-growth markets, WrB Africa is guaranteed to give you the edge in this challenging but lucrative market.

Formulate your successful move into the African gaming market here!



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Rapid economic growth fuelled by a young population and immense natural resources is often the way in which Africa is described. However, there is also an enduring image of poor governance, civil unrest and widespread corruption that is...

A strong regulatory system that helps the industry to thrive is the key to success for gambling in Africa, according to the head of one of the continent’s leading gaming authorities. 

Lanre Gbajabiamila, the chief executive of the...

Lagos, Nigeria: Leading figures from across the global gaming industry will be heading towards Nigeria in the spring of 2016 to attend the World Regulatory Briefing (WrB) Africa event in Lagos – one of the continent’s...

Government over-reaction, shareholder mutiny and public opposition are all reasons why gaming companies must take their responsibilities towards problem gambling seriously.

That’s the view of Ron Finlay, chief executive of the Senet...


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