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Operators Dominate CasinoBeats Summit 2019 Line-Up

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Jun/19/2019

When the CasinoBeats Summit returns to London in September, it will do so with leading  operators at the forefront as the event hosts up to 1,000 senior executives from across the online casino sector.

The second staging of the CasinoBeats Summit - the premier online casino conference and exhibition - will also attract around 30 exhibitors to Olympia London, at the heart of the world's largest regulated online gaming market, on 17-20 September.  

Visitors will enjoy five tracks of content featuring some of the industry's biggest names, alongside unbeatable networking opportunities and excellent hospitality, all combining to offer senior executives an unmissable few days.

Speakers and delegates from some of the industry's largest operators will be present, including Betsson, EnergyCasino, Hard Rock, Jackpotjoy, Ladbrokes Coral, LeoVegas, Lottoland, Mansion, Olympic, Paf, Pinnacle, Rank, Royal Panda, William Hill and Wishmaker, while leading suppliers are also well represented, as speakers, sponsors and exhibitors.

The CasinoBeats Summit takes place alongside the fourth edition of SBC's flagship event, Betting on Sports, which has seen significant growth in both the conference and exhibition elements. Together the two events will feature more than 300 expert industry speakers across 13 specialist tracks, welcoming an expected 3,500 delegates from around the world – a 30 per cent increase from 2018.

Summit delegates gain access to Betting on Sports, as well as the PaymentExpert Forum and the Digital Marketing Forum, delivered in conjunction with AffiliateINSIDER.

The CasinoBeats Summit agenda is comprised of four main tracks, entitled: The Future of Gaming; Market Forces; Responsibility & Sustainability; and Customer Journey & Marketing. Each will explore the threats and opportunities facing the online casino sector, and will hear from some of the industry's most influential speakers.

David Flynn, who attended the 2018 Summit as CEO of operations at Jackpotjoy, said: “Having so many industry leaders and decision makers at the CasinoBeats Summit helped make it a great event.

"The content of the panel sessions was informative and inspirational for many of the attendees," said Flynn, now CEO at Swintt.

Commenting on the 2018 Summit, Tobias Svensen, managing director of leading slots streaming network CasinoGrounds, said: "Hats off for CasinoBeats for gathering a crowd of highly relevant, interesting and knowledgeable speakers for their first event!". Helen Walton, CCO of Gamevy/Gluck, said the event had "thoroughly earned its place in the i-gaming calendar".

Gavin Walters, director at Gambling.com, added: "CasinoBeats gives the chance to talk openly on topics happening right now in the casino space. The Gambling.com group were happy to feature on a panel to share some of our experiences in a fast-paced market."

Stewart Darkin, managing director of CasinoBeats, commented: “With the 2019 CasinoBeats Summit now just three months away, the excitement and momentum is really starting to build. Once again we are looking to raise the bar in terms of both content and networking, with operators and leading suppliers at the heart of the event."

Rasmus Sojmark, CEO and founder of SBC, added: "The CasinoBeats Summit has quickly become a key part of the SBC Events portfolio and we're excited to once again welcome senior executives from leading companies in the online casino sector to London, to what is a significantly bigger Summit than in 2018.

"Our events have become the place to network and meet the key decision makers, thinkers and influencers from the gambing sector. The CasinoBeats Summit will be no different."

The CasinoBeats Summit takes place at Olympia London on September 17-20, alongside Betting on Sports Week - learn more and buy tickets for the Summit here

To find out more about sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities at the Summit, please contact sales@sbcgaming.com

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