G&M News will be offering another attractive conference for the global gaming sector. “Sports betting in Europe. Sharing experiences for helping B2B gaming operators in LatAm” is the name of the event that will take place tomorrow, Thursday, February 25th, at 5 PM CET. All of the panelists are experienced and well recognized executives from relevant iGaming companies. They will explain operators and executives in general about how innovative technology can shape the future of the sector.
Lucas Lebleu (Senior Sales Director, Skywind Group) will moderate this meeting, which will include well-recognized, experienced leaders, such as Andreas Neubauer, Founder & CEO, Mohio; Hervé Schlosser, Founder & CEO, Sportnco; and Dan Stone, Head of B2B Marketing, Pronet Gaming. Some of the subjects to be considered during the panel will be the following: a) current landscape of the betting segment in Europe after a year of online betting growth; b) possibilities that the Latin American market offers and how are companies helping local operators to diversify their betting portfolios; c) the smartest strategies to be adopted for an operator to combine an effective betting proposal both in the land-based and online verticals; d) demands from the LatAm audiences and how to respond to them; e) regulation and normalization of betting activities in LatAm for companies to have full access to marketing channels and payment methods; and f) anticipating the future of betting in the next three years, taking into account the growing interest of youngest generations in verticals such as Esports, virtual sports and other modalities.
This free-to-attend webinar will be broadcasted on the G&M News’ YouTube channel. It will last approximately 60 minutes and will be in English. Following our focus of offering educational, academic content for the sector, the event will have a theoretical-practical modality and will allow attendants to ask questions to the speakers. To listen and participate on this conference, you must subscribe to our YouTube channel.