Former boxing champion takes headline spot at Betting on Sports

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David ‘Hayemaker’ Haye, a former boxing World Champion, is set to appear at the Betting on Sports conference in September to discuss the use of brand ambassadors.


[dropcap]D[/dropcap]avid ‘Hayemaker’ Haye, a former boxing World Champion in two weight divisions, has been unveiled as one of the headline speakers at the Betting in Sports Conference this September, where he will be talking about brand ambassadors.

Haye is scheduled to appear on a panel alongside Adam Roland from Heavyweight Sports, and Stuart Tilly from Argyll Tech, the operator behind the new Alan Brazil-branded sportsbook BetOnBrazil. Pannellists will share tips on the use of brand ambassadors and offer insights into how they can be effective in the gaming industry.

Later in the evening, Haye will return to the conference for The BiG Sports Charity Gala Dinner, where he will be interviewed by Rugby Union star and host for the night James Haskell.

SBC Events has teamed up with the BiG Foundation to co-host the third annual dinner with a number of sporting superstars including Haye, Haskell, Ricky ‘The Hitman’ Hatton, Ollie Phillips, Lyubomir Simeonov, and Ray Parlour, a key member of Arsenal’s Premier League ‘Invincibles’ in 2004.

The BiG Sports Charity Gala Dinner is one of six events that will make up Betting on Sports 2016, the latest addition to the gaming events calendar and the UK’s largest betting industry conference with more than 70 speakers and 600 delegates.

Marathonbet CEO Viktor Hoffmann, who will also be speaking at the event, recently praised the new conference as a “networking extravaganza”.

“It’s set to be one of the biggest sports betting conferences in the world, and where better to hold it than iconic Tower Bridge in London,” he commented. “It’s one of the rare chances in the calendar to meet fellow industry experts, pros and colleagues all in one place. A networking extravaganza, if you like.”

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