SBC Digital Summit sees huge response to its Payments Day

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Posted on: April 23, 2020 5:04 pm EDT

The upcoming conference for the gambling industry will see a lot of attention on financial resources

From April 27 to May 1, 2020, the SBC Digital Summit will return, this time, loaded with experts and panels that will cover different hot topics affecting the industry. On April 30, SBC Digital Summit’s Payments Day is bringing specialists from renowned global gambling operators, such as William Hill, Kindred, Stars Group, Pinnacle and Parimatch. These four panels will feature these industry experts sharing in-depth insights regarding the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, specifically on the payments functions of betting and gaming operators.

Trustly’s Director of Gaming, Sam Barrett will address the panel first talking about how the industry is adapting to this new business world. Then there will be a panel about ‘Virus check: Payments, fraud and ID’ with Steven Armstrong from William Hill, Richard Connolly from the Stars Group and Rahul Das from VirginBet, among a couple more people, who will be talking about the impact of the coronavirus. “The SBC Digital Summit comes at a perfect time for our industry. With the effect of COVID-19 being felt globally, the event gives us a chance as an industry to join forces and show the strength we have even in these unprecedented times,” said Armstrong.

The entire conference will feature six further conference tracks focused on the following topics: Leadership in Betting, Leadership in Gaming, the Latin American market, lotteries, the US market, and digital marketing. Especially online gambling sites are going under a lot of scrutiny since most land-based operations were forced to close, raising concerns about the new gambling habits that can be developed during this lockdown. On the fourth day of this conference, these experts will be talking about the payments track and how they are dealing with the current challenges and how that will change the post-pandemic systems.