Impressive list of attendees confirmed for major casino and betting conference

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Posted on: June 18, 2020 6:10 pm EDT

The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t stopping sports betting and casino industry professionals from networking with colleagues. Sports Betting & Casino Summit North America will take place virtually next week from June 23rd through 24th, and a number of companies have already confirmed their attendance:

FanDuel Group, National Football League (NFL), Saiber LLC, MELCHERS LAW, Princeton Public Affairs Group, William Hill US, Roar Digital, SG Digital’s Don Best Sports group, Wallach Legal LLC, VIXIO GamblingCompliance, Intralot Inc/US, Pivot Sports Group, Penn Interactive, SeventySix Capital, Westgate LV Resort & Casino, Fifth Street Gaming, Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino, U.S. Integrity, Bet.Works, Esports Entertainment Group, FSB, Champion Sports,, Incentive Games, DS Virtual Gaming, NSoft, Golden Race, Dr. Mintas Consulting, Slane Advisory, Chalkline Sports, Evenbet Gaming, A GAME ABOVE ApS, Gaming Laboratories International, iGaming Academy, G4 (Global Gambling Guidance Group), HIPTHER Agency, Foley & Quigley PLC, Hard Rock International, Score Media and Gaming Inc, Dickinson Wright, Focus Gaming News, National Council on Problem Gambling, GVC, EPIC Risk Managment, Gamban, Clairvest Group, DRIVE by DraftKings, OneTeam Partners LLC, Barstool Sport, Sharp Alpha Advisors, Fantasy Sports Interactive, DraftKings, Scientific Games, Certegy Payment Solutions and more.

The online summit will feature over 8 hours of networking opportunity where attendees are invited to engage in one-on-one sessions with attending participants.

The free networking sessions start at 8am (ET) on both days. The summit has 400 open seats available, features 60 speakers, offers up 14 vital discussions, and covers 30 topics.

Attendees can look forward to presentations by a number of leading experts in iGaming, casino/online integration, loyalty/rewards, community gaming, mobile gaming, regulatory and legal, sports betting, new technologies, lottery, data/analytics, finance, and more.

While the conference isn’t free, the nominal $89 fee for a full conference pass is considered low when compared to some land-based events of years past. A group pass, which includes 3 tickets, runs $195.

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