Skilrock-backed webinar on gaming and lottery in Africa draws attendees from over 29 countries

Lottery and gaming industries platform and services provider Skilrock this week sponsored a successful webinar organized by TrulyExpo. The event, which took place on August 9, was moderated by Skilrock CEO and Executive Director Sujit Lahiry, who also shared his insights on the topics under discussion.

The event was focused on operators and investors seeking to thrive in the African market, providing them with expert insights on the matter. After the webinar, Skilrock in a press release noted that the session drew attendees from around the world, providing them with an opportunity to explore the rapidly growing gaming market in Africa and to ask questions directly to a stellar panel of industry experts.

With attendees from over 29 countries and more than 40 organizations worldwide, the webinar featured a diverse line-up of guest speakers including Robin Bowler, Managing Director, Way2Go Consulting, Cameron Green, Gaming Consultant – Africa, F9 Media Group, Purity Wahiu, Operations Manager, Palms Bet, Neil Jasper, Founder and Partner, Winning Strategies Africa and Rouslan Kolev, Operations Manager, Lotto Afro. 

Skilrock noted that the webinar was registered by WLA, Scientific Games, Rwanda National Lottery, Novomatic, National Lottery Trust Fund, Abacus, EGT, GiTech, Dusane, GLI people, and other government bodies and media partners. TrulyExpo organized the webinar as part of its ongoing commitment to delivering informative and engaging webinars and events across various industries, Skilrock noted. 
Skilrock said that its sponsorship of the webinar specifically underlines its allegiance to Africa’s growth prospects, developing innovative products for the local ecosystem, and emphasizing deeply focused thought leadership. The company plans to continue supporting similar events that are “focused on the needs of the lottery and gaming world.”

The company had earlier noted that the webinar was organized as the African gaming industry faces deep transformation, marked by remarkable economic potential, youthful demographic, technological advancements, and recent economic reforms. It also focussed on the country’s challenges, including regulatory concerns, currency fluctuations, geopolitical factors, and the digital divide. 

The webinar’s recording is available on YouTube.