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.
Speaking on a panel at the London iGB Affiliate show, Sarafina Wolde Gabriel, vice president of strategy at the marketing and SEO firm Income Access, said African countries are still in the early stages of regulation but predicted they will tighten restrictions as their respective gambling industries develop.
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