Roll up, Roll up – Betting On Sports Conference Ticket Giveaway

Like and share to get a chance to win tickets to Betting on Sports 

If you’re involved in the sports and betting industries there’s only one place to be this September 15-16 and that’s the Grange Tower Bridge in London.


The inaugural Betting on Sports Conference will be in session with six events over the two days, and now the generous lot at SBC are offering would be attendees the chance to win a ticket free of charge.

All interested parties need do is go to Linkedin and LIKE and SHARE this post and your name will be entered into a raffle.

The Twitter savvy amongst you can double your chances of winning one of the three tickets up for grabs by sharing on the Twittersphere with the #bettingonsports and not forgetting to tag @SBCGAMINGNEWS.

If you’re one of the organised confirmed attendees then we’re not forgetting you either; should your name be drawn out of the internet hat then you’ll be given a refund in full.

The Betting on Sports conference (#bettingonsports) is bringing together the best of the worlds of sports and betting; it’s the largest sports betting conference this year and Team SBC is anticipating in excess of 600 delegates over the two days.

SBC Managing Director Andrew McCarron said: “This is a chance for people to be able to attend the largest sports betting conference of the year for everyone’s favourite price; free.

“It looks set to be a fantastic event and will follow on from the success of our three consecutive Betting on Football Conferences. We hope to see you there!”

The conference will culminate in the BiG Sports Dinner where the likes of Ricky Hatton and Ray Parlour will be in attendance. With over 50 speakers discussing topics including the new sportsbook brands’ ambitions, esports, DFS, political betting and many more, you’d be a fool to miss out. Tickets are usually £499.99.  You can see the full agenda here.

Get sharing ASAP. The winners will be announced on Thursday September 1st.

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