Malawi Gaming Board chairperson and former Gaming Regulators Africa Forum (GRAF) chair Scholastica Chidyaonga spoke to GamblingCompliance about some of the political and legislative challenges slowing progress for African gaming regulators.
GRAF’s outgoing chairman Joseph Adongo, also the chair of Kenya’s betting control and license board, spoke to GamblingCompliance about some of the most urgent topics in African gaming regulation, immediately after the conclusion of this year’s GRAF conference in Swaziland.
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.
This report displays the most recent tallies of gaming machines, split between casino and non-casino units, across over 100 jurisdictions globally. Visual cross-jurisdictional comparisons of gaming machines by category and population-adjusted machine density are facilitated by an interactive dashboard.