Sports betting conference, Betting on Sports, will be expecting to bring 50+ speakers and six events to an estimated audience of 700 delegates on 15-16 September at the 5-Star Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London.
[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ith industry speakers drawn from across the entire programme, the conference has been split into multiple tracks. Delegates can explore topics such as live betting engagement, customer acquisition, betting integrity, new market entrants, innovation in virtual ports, developments in horse racing and opportunities in eSports.
The expo hall, drinks reception and official party will bring offer networking opportunities throughout the event.
Betting on Sports is going to be the biggest event the betting industry has seen for 10 years.
SBC managing director Andrew McCarron stated: “Betting on Sports is going to be the biggest event the betting industry has seen for 10 years. Besides speaker sessions, expo hall and plenty of networking, we are excited about the addition of the CEO Management Event, the Top Sports Betting Affiliate Event, and the BIG Foundation Sports Charity Gala Dinner.”
The Affiliate Event is organised in partnership with TAG Media and will see the top 30 sports betting affiliates attending Betting on Sports.
The CEO Management Event will bring about 40 CEO’s from leading sportsbook operators and 20 CEO’s from the supplier side. This is the only strategic and networking event for leading sportsbook operators and suppliers in the gaming industry.
Betting on Sports will sign off with a glamorous finale at the BiG Foundation Sports Charity Gala Dinner on Friday 16 September. The charity event will focus on attracting donations from the betting and gaming industry for those in difficult circumstances, and features appearances from sports celebrities.