Jun 15, 2018


Eventus International Confirms Return Of BIG AFRICA SUPERSHOW In 2018

Eventus International Confirms Return Of BIG AFRICA SUPERSHOW In 2018

Eventus International recently announced that ‘Big Africa Supershow’ will once again return in 2018 and will take place at the Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, South Africa. This will be the 6th edition of the Big Africa Supershow and Eventus International will celebrate the 6th anniversary by launching 6 new events in 6 new countries across the world.

Big Africa Supershow

The Big Africa Supershow is set to be the biggest gaming conference and exhibition of 2018. The Supershow will run from Nov 05 to 06 and will see all of the top gaming operators, manufacturers and service vendors in attendance along with a massive influx of industry icons, veterans and gaming enthusiasts.

The Supershow is focused on achieving three specific objectives. The first objective is to bring together the leading gaming experts in the world and connect them to Africa in order to create new market opportunities; the second objective is to discuss and highlight fresh perspectives and innovative topics at the exhibition and the third is to demonstrate and display new events to attendees.

In a statement, Lou-Mari Burnett, Marketing Director, Eventus International said “Our goal is to incorporate some of the topics and speakers that will be at our future events into the agenda, to compel the African market to aim higher, and learn from the successes of other nations.”

Registration Process For Big Africa Supershow

Those who are interested in attending the Big Africa Conference plus the Big Exhibition should register at the earliest to get an all access pass. The all access pass gives you full access to the Big Conference floor and the exhibition floor. Also included is lunch for the two days along with two coffee breaks.

International attendees will have to pay $795; attendees from African countries will have to pay $495 while South Africans from non-gaming related industries will have to pay R3995. Entrance is free for South African betting operators, gaming regulator and land based casino operators provided they register before August 1, 2018.