All American Sports Betting Summit coming to San Francisco in September

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Posted on: June 16, 2020 5:46 pm EDT

The rise of sports gambling in the US is taking center stage at a number of events this year

Eventus International had just announced a live sports gambling conference to be held in San Francisco this coming September. From September 14-15, the All-American Sports Betting Summit (AASBS) will bring experts from the sports and gambling industry together with the aim of bringing a panel of internationally-acclaimed sports betting professionals together in order to share their winning strategies with the American Market. Eventus International recognizes the opportunity coming out of the huge popularity of sports in the country, and that has a more accessible financial opportunity due to the changes in the sports betting legislation ordered by the American Supreme Court.

The second edition of this event is set to provide attendees with great exposure to other professionals in the industry, as well as a chance to meet the leading figures in the America’s sports betting sector. This conference helps professionals in the gaming industry to better understand regulations and stay open to market changes regarding game-changing technological innovations, marketing strategies and networking opportunities. Besides that, the event will give attendees an opportunity to interact with experienced software companies and all this while keeping a responsible gaming environment.

This summit is attended by local and international sports betting operators, fraud and AML experts, software providers, state regulators, lawyers, legislators, government officials and other professionals from the iGaming sector. This two-day conference is moving locations; as its first edition was hosted in Oceanport, NJ, organizers chose San Francisco to host the summit this year. This conference sets a premier opportunity for stakeholders to discover new options in the American gaming niche. Tickets and registration are already available on the conference’s website.