This week’s event confirmed the most comprehensive conference for the sports betting industry.
UK.- From September 15th to 16th the Betting on Sports Conference will be offering the most comprehensive event the betting industry has ever seen, according to organisers SBC Events. 90 speakers will be in charge of over 28 discussions during the conferences about Brexit, eSports, sports betting marketing and integrity, money laundering, daily fantasy sports, US Sports, payments, the two-day conference will feature 90 speakers across 28 separate discussions.
The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London will host the innovative event in which high level delegates from all over the globe will be exchanging strategies to develop, regularise and boost the sports betting industry in Europe. Sportradar, SIS, Golden Race, Optima, BetConstruct, and Paysafe and other important brands will be exhibiting their products, experiences and expectations for the market.
Marathonbet chief executive officer Viktor Hoffmann will be on a panel discussing the future of sports betting, along with SNAI CEO Fabio Schiavolin and 10Bet CEO David Bazak. Another speaker is LeoVegas chief executive offiver Johan Styren who will be featuring on the New faces panel talking about the new sportsbook that the mobile-first operator launched this year. The two-day conference will conclude with a flagship panel talking about the use of sporting ambassadors for marketing purposes, and will feature boxing legend and former world champion David ‘The Hayemaker’ Haye.
Also on the panel is Adam Roland of Heavyweight Sports, who will be sharing some of his experiences of using ambassadors in the betting arena, after his involvement in the Nicklas Bendtner Paddy Power Pants promotion. Paul Leyland of Regulus Partners will be kicking off the conference with a comprehensive overview of the betting industry in 2016, with special reference to the Brexit vote. Away from the main conference room, Betting on Sports will also feature a series of interactive ‘breakout’ sessions, which includes an anti-money laundering (AML) and data protection workshop targeting chief executives, heads of marketing, compliance teams and money laundering officers.
Betting on Sports Conference will include a total of six events across the two days. Visitors will enjoy a networking party and a pair of invite-only dinners for industry leaders and sports betting affiliates. Furthermore, the conference will then sign off with a fittingly glamorous finale, by co-hosting the BiG Foundation Sports Charity Gala Dinner on Friday. The BiG Foundation is a registered charitable organisation in the UK, with a focus on supporting those in difficult circumstances with funds donated from companies and individuals involved in the betting and gaming industry. Celebrities in attendance will include David ‘Hayemaker’ Haye, Ricky ‘The Hitman’ Hatton, Ray Parlour and James Haskell.