Tag Archives: Betting on Sports 2018

Delegates give overwhelming support to Betting on Sports

Betting on Sports

More than 90% of visitors to last month’s biggest ever Betting on Sports conference rated its networking opportunities as either very good or excellent. This came from a survey made available to the 2,500 registered delegates for #bosweek, which also found considerable praise for the party locations, speaker lineup and conference app, as well as the presence of so many …

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BetRegal diary: Making the trip to London to meet the BOS

BetRegal

Aly Lalani, Head of Marketing at BetRegal.com, reflects on his company’s Betting on Sports debut, sharing expertise to the tune of a ‘Latin Beat’ and finding folks with a focus on “getting things done”. It’s now been almost a month since the Betting on Sports conference took place in London, and I thought it would be a good time to …

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New retail landscape puts DAREBS into the Betting on Sports spotlight

DAREBS

The Dynamically Animated Real Event Betting System (DAREBS) from Inbet Games was thrust into the spotlight at Betting on Sports for its potential to provide bookmakers with the “same profit-making capacity” after the £2 FOBT ruling comes into force. DAREBS is well-placed to replicate the entertainment and revenues provided by the FOBT, while sparing bookmakers with a licensing headache over …

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“Everybody suffers” – BOS panel delivers FOBT fallout update

FOBT

David Webb, UK Product and Compliance Manager for BetConstruct, said that removing the need to prove there was a demand for a betting shop when applying for a local authority premises licence has contributed to today’s perception that there is a “proliferation of betting shops” – something the government wants to stamp out. Webb was moderating a Betting on Sports …

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Experts call for thought-out approach to sports betting regulation in the US

sports betting

Jake Williams, head of legal for the US at Sportradar, said that alignment with the major US sports leagues was a good idea for sports betting stakeholders, but stopped short of taking sides in a hot debate over the presence or absence of an integrity fee and official data. Speaking at last month’s Betting on Sports conference, Williams defended the …

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Next stop New York after record Betting on Sports returns

Betting on Sports

SBC Events reached new heights after welcoming a record number of delegates, exhibitors and top-level industry speakers to last week’s Betting on Sports Week in London. There were 2,500 registrations across the week, a significant increase on the 1,300 for the event’s second running in 2017, with more than 270 of those speaking across the Betting on Sports conference tracks, …

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Hall of Fame ‘perfect finish’ to successful Betting on Sports

Hall of Fame

The third Sports Betting Hall of Fame evening at the spectacular Natural History Museum has been hailed as the perfect conclusion to last week’s hugely successful Betting on Sports 2018. Set against the stunning backdrop of London’s Natural History Museum and hosted by former Sky Sports favourite Kirsty Gallacher, the awards saw five industry legends recognised for their tremendous contributions to the world of …

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Stickyeyes: Industry SEO specialist gears up for #bosweek

In the digital era, the complex world of SEO and algorithms is becoming increasingly crucial for driving traffic and creating business. The sports betting industry is no different, and a number of marketing firms have formed to provide guidance on these very topics. Digital and content marketing agency Stickeyes talks us through the best way to drive traffic, spend efficiently and …

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Algosport announces BetBuilder extension ahead of #bosweek

Industry algorithm specialist Algosport has extended its BetBuilder product to accommodate in-play, cash-out and edit-your-bet functionality. As well as football, it will also be available on the new tennis, snooker and handball products. BetBuilder seeks to automate the ‘Request-a-Bet’ functionality that is manually operated by bookmakers via Twitter. Proving to be a hit over the World Cup, Algosport is now extending this …

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ECOMMPAY: Solving operator pain points with innovative payment solutions

Payment solutions

As planning for Betting on Sports 2018 enters the final furlong, we sat down with ECOMMPAY Head of UK/Western Europe Paul Marcantonio, who made an impassioned plea for customisable payment solutions, targeted proprietary technologies, and an individual approach to client requirements. SBC: To begin, could you please describe your company in a few words? PM: To briefly summarise, ECOMMPAY is …

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