On the 14th of October, some of the world’s leading football traders and experts will convene at the Emirates Stadium in London the first annual Matchbook Traders Conference.
The first of its kind, this full day conference combines betting theory and practice to provide an incredible opportunity to meet and network with some of the best funded sports traders in the world.
The combination of the speakers gives the conference an excellent rounding in the industry for any individual. All sessions have been crafted to provide practical knowledge that is accessible and easy to apply.
One example is, self-taught R Programmer Tom Heslop who cuts through the complicatedness of data modeling in his session and provides a meaningful introduction to the basics.
Professor Leighton Vaughan Williams will provide a talk on how economic theory can impact on betting, providing the basis and grounding for any successful bettor. For those who are thinking of, or already are professional sports traders, Thomas Adcock provides a full tax 101 talk to cover the less exciting but equally as important aspects of being a professional bettor.
UK’s top sports traders Will Wilde, Vasu Shan, and Matt Piper share their stories on how they made the leap from hobby punter to pro! This talk will open the doors to the world of the pro punter and show how they make it work long-term by adapting to an ever-changing industry.
The conference isn’t purely business though, as Matchbook will end the day with an after party, an excellent opportunity for bettor, both amateur and professional to network and build contacts with some of the most well-connected and well-known sports traders in the world. If you’re a professional bettor or thinking about becoming one, the after-party is a golden opportunity to get your name out there and promote yourself.
The Matchbook Traders Conference could be the start to your professional sports trading career, or put it in the next level. For more information visit their website matchbooktradersconference.com or click here to register.