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Betting on Football transfers to Stamford Bridge

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This year’s Betting on Football Conference, being held on 21st April, has relocated to Stamford Bridge, the home of Premier League Champions Chelsea FC.

Betting on Football transfers to Stamford BridgeTwo years after #BOFCON was launched at Stamford Bridge, the dedicated betting conference will now return to the football ground, setting up home in the Harris, Drake and Vialli suites.

The one day conference was originally planned to be held at Emirates Stadium, but Arsenal will now be playing a rearranged Premier League fixture on the date of the event.

Andrew McCarron, managing director at organiser Sports Betting Community (SBC), explained: “We are very happy to return to Stamford Bridge for what will be our biggest Betting on Football Conference yet.  The new set up provides us with a dedicated area for networking and exhibitor stands and the opportunity to introduce more content in the shape of breakout sessions.”

The agenda this year features some of the key topics affecting the industry this year, such as match-fixing, eSports, DFS and Euro 2016. One of the higher profile panels this year deals with content management around football and features 90min.com founder and CEO Asaf Peled, LADBible co-founder Arian Kalantari, Sportlobster co-founder & CEO Andrew Meikle and GiveMeSport founder Jae Chalfin.

Betting on Football has also attracted a number of premium brands as sponsors. Optima IS are Premium Sponsors, Golden Race are Gold Sponsors, BetConstruct are Silver Sponsors and Perform Group are Bronze Sponsors. Other sponsors include Colossus Bets, iSoftbet, Editec, SBTech, TXODDS, Oddslife, and Digital Fuel.

Tickets are only £400 + VAT, but to mark the move, SBC has introduced a limited time code that provides a 33% discount to ticket purchases. Enter the code BRIDGE to obtain cut price tickets for this week only. Register here at www.sbcevents.co.uk

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