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Betting on Sports 2018 Conference Expected to be Huge Hit

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Jul/25/2018

With the US Supreme Court recently overturning decades long prohibition against sports betting, it is only fitting that a conference specific to the sector seems to be all the rage heading into August.

Taking place in London on September 18-21, Betting on Sports 2018 is considered a must-attend event for members of the sports & betting industries, with focus on everything related to these.

 

The exhibition area will bring 140 exhibitors, world class hospitality, and unlimited networking and business opportunities over 4 days.

● 2,000+ high level delegates
● 200 leading industry speakers
● 50 conference sessions and panels
● 140 exhibitors
● 6 dedicated business and networking areas
● Networking drinks and parties Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

THE BETTING ON SPORTS WEEK
Betting on Sports is this year part of a full week of content for the igaming, sports, esports and betting industries, the week will also feature:

● ESI London - Esports conference and exhibition
● Casino Beats Summit - Casino conference
● Affiliate FEST - Affiliate conference/workshop
● Sponsorship Forum - Sponsorship conference
● Hall of Fame Awards - Awards evening and networking party

Speaking to SBC, Renaud Baudry, Marketing & Product Manager for iGaming at HiPay, said: “HiPay is exhibiting at Betting on Sports for the second time in 2018. From a payment provider point of view, getting to such events is the best way to keep up with one of the most dynamic and fast growing industries – sports.

“The Betting on Sports agenda presents a unique opportunity to set up meetings with the industry’s leaders, share moments during networking events and learn from the high quality conferences.

“I’m convinced that this year’s event will once against blow everyone’s mind thanks to the work of the SBC team, who have once again succeeded in gathering C-levels in the best London venues in a friendly atmosphere within a few exciting days.”

Sam Barrett, Director of Gaming at Trustly, added: “Trustly has been exhibiting at the Betting on Sports event for a number of years and seen first hand how it has continued to expand and improve year on year with high quality exhibitors, delegates and networking opportunities. We are looking forward to the Betting on Sports Week this September and the opportunity to talk to old and new clients.”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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