Betting on Sports Week will host 50 CEOs, 120 Directors and over 250 speakers across the whole event.
UK.- A strong line-up of 50 CEOs will be sharing their expertise at this month’s Betting on Sports Week on a final agenda that boasts over 120 director-level speakers, and over 250 speakers across the week.
The full agenda for Betting on Sports Week has been released with six Betting on Sports conference tracks, the CasinoBeats Summit, and the Esports focused conference ESI London.
The event is taking place at Olympia, London on September 18-21, has been finalised, with some of the biggest names in sports and betting, including snooker legend Ronnie ‘The Rocket’ O’Sullivan.
Among the industry operators speaking are SkyBet CEO Richard Flint, Betsson Group CEO Jesper Svensson, Pinnacle CEO Paris Smith, DraftKings CEO Jason Robins, Danske Spil CEO Niels Erik Folmann, BetBright CEO Marcus Brennan & MD Sarne Lightman, Stoiximan / Betano CEO George Daskalaki, Novibet CEO George Athanasopoulos, Fortuna Group CEO Per Widerstrom, BetBull CEO Sadok Cohen, Parimatch CEO Sergey Portnov, BetPawa CEO Kresten Buch, Paf Deputy CEO Daniela Johansson, Fitzdares CEO William Woodhams, Star Sports CEO Ben Keith, GoWild Gaming CEO Itai Zak, SlotsMillion CEO Alex Tomic, Letsbet CEO Michael Pedersen, Funfair.io CEO Jez San, and Snaitech CEO Fabio Schiavolin.
Sports industry speakers include: PDC CEO Matthew Porter, David Miller, Vice President & Assistant General Council, PGA TOUR Inc, Baskonia Alavés Group Commercial Director
Pablo Ortiz, PGA TOUR Inc Chief Legal Officer Len Brown, e|motion sports MD Simon Schleich, BHA Director Will Lambe, Greyhound Board of Great Britain Media and Communications Officer Simon Banks and many more.
Media experts include OneFootball CEO Lucas von Cranach, Gambling.com Group CEO Charles Gillespie, Twitter Europe Head of Large Media Gregory Owens, Facebook Head of Real Money Gaming Finbarr O’Mahony, Google Industry Head – Performance Markets Chris Harrison, Oddschecker Head of Commercial Guy Harding.
There is a wealth of engaging, industry-relevant panels, and a full track will be dedicated to examining opportunities in US sports betting – a topic that’s become particularly intriguing after the repeal of PASPA back in May.