Betting on Sports 2016 gets ready to take London by storm

Organised by SBC Events, Betting on Sports 2016 will take place at The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel.

On Thursday 15th and Friday 16th of September, the international betting community gathers in London to attend Betting on Sports 2016.

UK.- Betting on Sports 2016 will take place on September 15 and 16 and it is getting ready to gather the international betting community at The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel Organised by SBC Events, Betting on Sports 2016 has attracted sportsbook operators from the UK, Central and Eastern Europe, US, Canada, Africa, Asia and Australia. The event is the largest sports betting industry conference, with an imppresive list of speakers which includes a golden fantasy sports trio.

One of the conference highlights will be the ‘Starter’s Orders’ panel, which features the Executive Director from Celton Manx/SBOBet, Bill Mummery. Chaired by Lee Richardson (Gaming Economics Founder & CEO), delegates will have access to expert insight into Horse Racing, the benefits of the newly introduced ABP, and the possible impact of the Brexit vote on the UK market.

Valery Bollier (Oulala Co-Founder & CEO), Shergul Arshad (Mondogoal Founder & CEO) and Ubaldo Baldi (Skill Games & DFS manager at Lottomatica) will be sharing ideas about how the bookmakers can work with DFS operators and make use of their products in an increasingly regulated gambling environment.

“I’m very excited for Betting on Sports. Everything has its timing as far as industry cycles go, and the next six months will be the time for daily fantasy sports and sports betting sites teaming up,” said Shergul Arshad from Mondogoal. “We’re leading the way with the deals with SISAL and Lottomatica in Italy, and both of these have seen good responses to their initial competitions based on Euro 2016.”

Betting on Sports will also provide a stage for the new brands making a move into the betting industry. LeoVegas CEO Johan Styren will be talking about the unique selling points of the new sportsbook, his ambitions for the rest of 2016 and beyond, and how LeoVegas plans to fit into the industry eco-system.

“We have already built a mobile casino that is worth shouting about and in doing so we have garnered a lot of experience and learned a great deal,” said Styren. “Now we are using those gained skills to offer a great mobile sportsbook. We have kept in mind what really worked for our mobile casino, and integrated that whilst designing LeoVegas Sport.”