Betting on Sports 2019 is set to gather an unrivalled selection of senior decision makers from the world’s leading gambling operators.
Many of them feature in the 300-strong line-up of expert speakers who will deliver the in-depth content offering that Betting on Sports is synonymous with, sharing their insights on the opportunities and challenges presented by the fast pace of change in the industry.
In total, more than 160 major gambling brands from around the world will be represented among the 3,500 delegates who gather at Olympia London on September 17-20, reflecting the event’s status as the place for operators to discuss key issues such as safer gambling, the US market, regulation and advertising, new technology and emerging markets.
Representatives of GVC Group, Flutter Entertainment, Sportingbet Africa, Kindred Group, Stars Group, Sportpesa, Hard Rock Casino, William Hill, DraftKings, Caesars Entertainment, Betsson, Betcris, ComeOn!, GoldBlue AB, Betway, Pinnacle, Smarkets, Parimatch, SugarHouse Casino and BetVictor are among those taking part.
Fredrik Wastenson, CEO of sport and casino at Svenska Spel, said: “In a highly globalised world, sports betting is continuously undergoing rapid development and consolidation which makes events like Betting on Sports essential in keeping us updated on the industry.”
Jamie Mckittrick, Head of Commercial for GVC Group, explained why he is a regular at the event. He said: “Betting on Sports always has the highest proportion of relevant contacts, suppliers and content for sportsbook operators.”
Attendees include a large number of CEOs, along with directors and senior managers from the compliance, marketing, affiliate management, payments, sponsorship, product management and trading functions of bookmakers and igaming businesses.
In addition to the conference content, they will see the latest innovations from 120 suppliers in the exhibition space and enjoy networking with stakeholders from across the industry at complementary social events, staged at unique London venues including the Natural History Museum.