SBC events has announced the new date for Betting on Football Conference to give the sports and betting industry an even greater networking opportunities.
SBC Events Betting on Football, a one day conference, will be held on Thursday 10th September and has moved into the luxurious Woolwich Suite at the Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal FC— one of the slickest locations currently available at Premier League stadia in London.
Due to changes, SBC has extended its early bird offer by a week to Monday 10th August. Anyone buying tickets before this date will be eligible for a 50% discount – meaning that you can currently pick up tickets for just £147.50 (+VAT) at www.sbcevents.co.uk.
“When Arsenal offered us the slot on the 10th September it was hard to say no. Sports Betting Community prefers Thursday events as they allow people to enjoy the networking more; it also provided an upgrade in facilities – the Woolwich Suite really is an awesome place to do business – and means we dovetail nicely with the Soccerex show in Manchester,” said organizer Andrew McCarron.
“The move to Thursday gives much more potential for the event, we’ve been able to add an option for a stadium tour with the chance for a picture with the FA Cup. It also means that the evening networking drinks, sponsored by TXODDS, will be even more entertaining,” added SBC founder Rasmus Sojmark.
The event aims to cover topics surrounding betting on football including activating sponsorship deals, the legal position of advertising in several companies, the fight against match fixing, trends in football trading and customer acquisition.
The event will be attended by stakeholders from football clubs, media rights Agencies, marketers, operators and suppliers. This is the best place to engage, network, discover best practice and to do business.
Betting on Football is being well supported by industry suppliers; Metric Gaming, BGT, SBTech, BetConstruct, TXODDS, Matchbook, Oddslife and Sportradar. There are still limited sponsorship opportunities left but going quickly. Anyone wanting to get involved should contact Anthony Medica at Anthony@sbcnews.co.uk.