SBC Events will invite more than 2,500 delegates to “feel the pulse of the sports betting industry” through six events at this year’s Betting on Sports Week in London.
Taking place from 18-21 September at Olympia London, #boscon2018 will feature five conferences – Betting on Sports, ESI London, Casino Beats Summit, AffiliateFEST and Sponsorship Forum, as well as a lavish ceremony for the Sports Betting Hall of Fame, held as a standalone event for the first time since its inception at the SBC Awards in 2016.
More than 200 speakers will address key topics such as leadership, sports, sponsorship, esports, affiliates, regulation, compliance, integrity, data and trading, making it a ‘must attend’ event for members of the sports, betting and gaming industries.
Mybet CEO Markus Peuler said: “Betting on Sports is the perfect event to feel the pulse of the industry and get updates on the most interesting topics and developments in the sports betting sector.”
The speaker line up, headlined by five-time snooker World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan, also features a star-studded collection of industry CEOs including Sky Betting and Gaming’s Richard Flint, Betway’s Anthony Werkman, Mr Green’s Jesper Kärrbrink, Stoiximan & Betano’s George Daskalakis, PDC’s Matthew Porter, Pinnacle’s Paris Smith, Fortuna Group’s Per Widerstrom and BetBright’s Marcus Brennan.
They will be joined by PGA TOUR Inc Chief Legal Officer Len Brown, FSB Tech Chairman Mark Blandford, SBOBET Executive Director Bill Mummery, OPAP Trading Director Thanos Riga, BetVictor Director of Sportsbook Matt Scarrott, Kindred Group Head of Sportsbook Erik Backlund, William Hill Head of Sponsorship Tony Kenny and Howard Chisholm, MD of Chisholm Bookmakers.
The Betting on Sports conference agenda, made up by the following tracks – Sport in Focus, Future of Betting, Betting on Racing, Betting on Americas, Betting on Retail, Betting on Regulation and Innovation & Technology, will also be boosted by an exhibition area that has doubled in size from 2017.
Steen Madsen, Head of Sportsbook and Game Management at Nederlandse Loterij, commented: “Betting on Sports is one of the most important events in the Sportsbetting industry, and to participate, learn and share knowledge with like-minded people is vital for anyone in the betting world.”
The area has been expanded to 6,300 sqm to house 140 exhibitors over two floors at Olympia London, while there will be no fewer than eight dedicated networking areas to facilitate business, networking and 1-on-1 meetings between delegates.
Meanwhile, SBC has stayed true to its networking roots by booking two of London’s most iconic venues for networking drinks and parties throughout the week.
The evening dinners and networking party on Wednesday 19 September will take place on the 28th and 29th floor of Millbank Tower, while the closing party on Thursday 20 September, featuring new inductees to the Sports Betting Hall of Fame, will be held at the prestigious National History Museum.
Francesco Rodano, Chief Policy Officer at Playtech, said: “Betting on Sports is the most reputable and best attended industry event for sports betting.”
This biggest ever sports betting focused conference is reflective of a year of high growth for SBC, which attracted a record number of delegates to the fifth edition of Betting on Football in May, and recently made two additions to its portfolio of news portals with SBC Americas and Casino Beats.
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