Insights & 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.

Tanzania has introduced sweeping amendments to its gambling legislation, granting increased enforcement powers to the regulator and...

Kenyan authorities have rejected pleas from senators and gambling firms to prevent the deportation of their directors, as the country...

Regulatory Research

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,...
Tanzania regulated online gambling in 2012, introducing a licensing regime open to private operators with no limit on the number of...