Scandinavian Gaming Show 2018 to Feature the Following Speakers

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Jul/06/2018

The Scandinavian Gaming Show 2018 has already called together over 20 speakers. The list of speakers below is only a taste of the star-studded panel of speakers to grace the stage at the Scandinavian Gaming Show from 5-6 September in Stockholm, Sweden.

The event will bring together attendees from all gaming sectors, disciplines and regions throughout Scandinavian and beyond. The 2-day premier event will feature an impressive trade show floor, industry-specific conference streams and interactivity with industry peers.

Attendees will get to network and interact with gaming operators and vendors of land-bases casinos, lotteries, online and mobile gambling, eGaming, poker, eSports and Daily fantasy sports.

Speakers include the following:

Alessandro Fried
 
Chairman
BtoBet
 
Andrew Cochrane
 
Chief Commercial Officer
SBTech
 
Andrew Pearson
 
MD and Founder
Intelligencia Limited
 
Bill Pascrell III
 
Strategic Advisor...
Princeton Public Affairs Group, Inc
 
Bodil Ehlers
 
Partner and CEO
Kastell Advokatbyrå AB
 
Christina Thakor-Rankin
 
Principal Consultant
1710 Gaming Ltd
 
Daniel Gruederich
 
CEO and Founder
Sportsbookcloud
 
Hampus Hagglof
 
CEO
FSport
 
Jan Feuerhake
 
Lawyer/Rechtsanwalt
Taylor Wessing

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