Nigeria

News & Analysis

Developing Regulation Shifts African Status Quo

Tanzania is among a group of increasingly attractive gambling opportunities in Africa thanks to new regulations, industry experts have said, but Nigeria remains the most exciting prospect despite recent difficulties, as several other markets on the continent face an uncertain future.

Research & Reports

Interactive Map: Gambling in Africa

In this map, VIXIO GamblingCompliance shows the regulatory status of gambling in African jurisdictions. The map provides information, where available, on whether the countries allow, partially prohibit or forbid gambling.

Special Report: Africa Gambling Outlook 2019

This special report takes a look in detail at the six African jurisdictions that are considered to be most relevant to the gambling industry: Ghana; Kenya; Nigeria; South Africa; Tanzania; and Uganda. The report discusses the degree of development of juridical systems, the maturity of the gambling markets and both the political and regulatory developments that occurred in the countries in the first half of 2019.

Highlights of the Money Laundering (Prevention and Prohibition) Bill 2016

Perhaps as a reinforcement of the drive and commitment of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the Money Laundering (Prevention and Prohibition) Bill 2016 was one of the first two executive bills to be transmitted to the National Assembly by the President. Desmond Ogba and Ayokanmi Aderibigbe from Templars law firm examine the bill's highlights.

Data & Forecasts

Sun International Report - 2001 to 2021H1

Latest half-yearly data from South African-listed Sun International. The data released for the operator contains the following information: Revenue by business segment, region & casino, EBITDA, operating profit, profit before tax and number of slots & tables by casino. There are approximately 2,385 data points in this document.
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