The Many Tracks Across Betting on Sports Will Have Something for All Industry StakeholdersPublished July 6, 2019 by Lee R
International as well as US developments will be fleshed out at Betting on Sports 2019 in September.
The organisers of Betting on Sports are calling this year's agenda the “biggest and most comprehensive” yet.
Diverse Event Details
The fourth edition of Betting on Sports takes place from 17-20 September, with SBC Managing Director Andrew McCarron touting the eight bumper tracks to be held across the fourth edition of the Betting on Sports conference and exhibition and the second running of the PaymentExpert Forum.
Bigger and Better
The enhanced features that has McCarron so enthused features will be exposed to a far greater audience than ever before. As the biggest dedicated sports betting trade event in the world. Betting on Sports is expected to attract 3,500 delegates from around the globe, representing a whopping 30 per cent increase from 2018.
Rich Track Offerings
McCarron did acknowledge one challenge for delegates—choosing which track to attend:
“The main problem that people who attend Betting on Sports will have is choosing which agenda track to attend,” with operators “buying tickets in bulk to make sure they can get the most out of our biggest and most comprehensive agenda yet.”
Building on Betting on Sports
McCarron pointed to the massive success of this year's inaugural Betting on Sports America in April and massive new potential of the US as the foundation for betting conference and development that he seeks to build upon this year.
More Parallel Tracks
In addition to the Betting on Sports tracks, a full four more tracks will be offered as part of the second annual online gaming conference CasinoBeats Summit that will be running in parallel to the main event on both days, plus another standalone track for the second edition of Digital Marketing Forum.
Highlight topics include expansion plans for the biggest European football championships; the evolution of sports betting in the US over the first year since PASPA, PaymentExpert's assessment of the first impacts of the UK Gambling Commission’s age verification laws; a new two-tiered
betting tax plan in Ireland; and adjusting to new advertising restrictions such as the “whistle to whistle” ban in the UK; an Emerging Market Examination of Brazil following Colombia’s lead in regulating sports betting; and the challenges in Africa.
The clear opportunity to master the key emerging digital trends across the industry both abroad and in the US should not be missed, with plenty of time to prepare still for Betting in Sports in September.