All eyes are on Africa as offshore operators and the continent's incumbent industry grapple with a brave new world of gambling regulation and high-stakes online competition.

GamblingCompliance's developing coverage of Africa's diverse and complex gambling markets touches on existing land-based rivalries, legislators grappling with how to manage the industry and an influx of seasoned international players squeezed out of Europe by tightening regulations.

Interactive map up to date as of July 8, 2019.

See below for VIXIO GamblingCompliance's coverage of the African gambling market.

Insight & Analysis

African gambling regulations are maturing to address the growing gambling industry across the continent, as Nigeria, Tanzania and Namibia introduce compliance and monitoring measures aimed at stamping out unlicensed operators and maximising state revenues.

A boom in payments infrastructure in Nigeria has laid the groundwork for the country to emulate the rise of mobile betting in Kenya, but...

Nigeria expects the country’s National Lottery Regulatory Commission to play a major role in the President’s plans to lift 100m people out...

Regulatory Research

Ghana has a structured regulatory system that encompasses most gambling activities and lottery products, as well as a thorough licensing...
This special report takes a look in detail at the six African jurisdictions that are considered to be most relevant to the gambling...
Only seven out of Africa’s 55 countries fully prohibit gambling, while online gambling is largely still unregulated on the continent,...

Data

Latest annual data from South African-listed Phumelela Gaming. The data released contains the following information: Income, gross betting income, taxes, operating incomes, stakes and a breakdown of...

The South African gambling market continues to be dominated by a sizeable, albeit maturing, casino sector, although sustained double-digit...