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SBC Enters Latin American Market, Masks Required at Most Casinos

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
May/20/2020

Gambling911.com media partner SBC is excited to announce their first ever event dedicated to the Latin America gaming market.


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SBC Digital Summit Latinoamérica, taking place on 16-17 June, will be a virtual conference bringing together 2,000 delegates and 60 top notch speakers to discuss the key challenges and opportunities in the region.

The tri-lingual conference will feature panel sessions and networking in Spanish, Portuguese and English, as it connects the Latin American sports betting and gaming community with major industry players in Europe, the US and beyond.

It will also include a virtual exhibition hall, innovative chat features that allow connection with fellow delegates and additional networking events.

Oh, and here is a great preview of some of the key speakers: Betcris CEO JD Duarte, BetPlay CEO Germán Segura, Zamba.co CEO Rodrigo Afanador, Retabet CEO Xabier Rodríguez Maribona, Luckia president José González Fuentes, Enjoy COO Eliseo Gracia Martínez and Waldir Marques from Brazil’s regulator, SECAP.

A Nevada casino that opened prematurely Monday has been ordered shut down by the Governor.

The Towers Casino in Grass Valley announced they are open for card games, despite the state order not to. But on Tuesday night, employees told CBS13 they had been told to shut down by order of the governor. 

It’s unclear how this will be enforced. CBS13 reached out to the Nevada County Health Department about enforcement of the health order but did not hear back before our deadline Tuesday night. 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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