Over 2,000 delegates from across the world will make their way to the Betting on Sports Week to join the international betting and gaming trade conferences, held 18-21 September at Olympia London.
The conference an entire week dedicated to gaming, with five conference rooms and two exhibition areas: Betting on Sports (Betting Conference and Exhibition), ESI London (Esports Conference and Exhibition), Casino Beats Summit (Casino Conference), AffiliateFEST Conference (Affiliate Conference), SBC Sponsorship Forum (Sponsorship Conference), Hall of Fame Awards (Awards Evening).
More than 200 speakers will join the discussions around leadership, sports, sponsorship, sports betting, esports, affiliates, regulation, compliance, integrity, data and trading.
SBC managing director Andrew McCarron said: “BOSCON 2018 is an essential focal point for anyone involved in the betting business. We’ve worked tirelessly this year to build and improve in all areas, to the point where the conference and exhibition now take up two full floors of Olympia.”
The exhibition area has been expanded to 6,300 sqm with 140 exhibitors, enhanced networking areas, meeting rooms, refreshments, lunch and networking drinks.
To facilitate business and networking among delegates, there are eight dedicated networking areas with networking and 1-on-1 opportunities, while SBC has booked some of London’s most iconic venues, such as Millbank Tower and Natural History Museum, for networking drinks and parties.
A record number of delegates travelled to Betting on Football conference last month and recently launched the SBC Americas and Casino Beats news websites.
Commenting on last year’s Betting on Sports, Richard Gale, Head of UK at Catena Media, said: “The Betting on Sports conference was great, and it was a true pleasure to speak at the event. I thoroughly enjoyed it, with some great contacts/business coming out of it. I’m normally very sceptical of industry events to be honest, but this was the first time I’ve left wishing I’d spent more time at one!”