Betting Gods confirmed as key sponsor of Sports Betting on Football Conference

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Betting Gods Ltd shows commitment to football as it secures key sponsor position at this year’s Betting on Football Conference.

 

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]etting Gods Ltd has highlighted its expansion into football as it confirms itself as a key sponsor at the Betting on Football Conference 2017.

The leading sports betting and tips company has entered a partnership with the event organiser, SBC Events, and will be looking to focus on the football betting industry going forward by promoting more football tipsters to its client base.

The Betting on Football Conference, 3-5 May at Stamford Bridge, will see 800 senior betting and football executives attending the event, the largest of its kind to focus solely on football betting.

“We are delighted to be so involved with this event”, said Darren Moore, Director of Betting Gods Ltd. “SBC Events hosts some brilliant conferences and we are honoured to have secured this key partnership with them and look forward to growing a strong business partnership together, while also expanding and enhancing the Betting Gods branding to the wider sports betting and Football industries.”

The fourth incarnation of the Betting on Football Conference will feature 100 top industry speakers across an agenda packed with discussions on the latest trends, industry insight and expert opinion on the sports betting industry’s largest market.

SBC managing director Andrew McCarron commented: “It’s great news that Betting Gods is bringing its tipping expertise into the football arena and we’re very happy that Darren and his team has chosen to support Betting on Football to publicise the expansion. The conference is attracting CEOs from all around the world, so it provides a perfect platform for brands to communicate with key decision makers.”

This year’s event is expected to be SBC Events’ biggest yet, with many new functions, technologies, sub-events and sessions being introduced for delegates.


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