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Press Release: Red Tiger backing CasinoBeats Summit 2019

The CasinoBeats Summit returns to London in September, with the second edition of the event set to be significantly larger than the 2018 debut – and backed by some of the biggest names in the sector.

CasinoBeats will welcome up to 1,000 delegates to Olympia London on 17-20 September,  offering visitors four conference tracks and unrivalled networking opportunities with as many as 200 operators, along with regulators, leading suppliers, payment companies and marketers.

Last year’s launch event saw around 40 operators taking part in the CasinoBeats Summit, with contributions from Betsson, Jackpotjoy, Ladbrokes Coral, LeoVegas and Olympic. Operators attending and speaking at the Summit in 2019 include Hard Rock, Lottoland, Mansion, Paf, Rank, Royal Panda, William Hill and Wishmaker, while leading suppliers are also well represented.

Summit delegates gain access to Betting on Sports Week, which takes place at Olympia at the same time, alongside the PaymentExpert Forum and the Digital Marketing Forum, delivered in conjunction with AffiliateINSIDER.

Leading casino content developer Red Tiger is one of the Summit’s key sponsors. Gavin Hamilton, CEO, said: “Red Tiger is very happy to be sponsoring the CasinoBeats Summit.

“CasinoBeats has quickly established itself as a strong media brand with a distinct voice and we are looking forward to coming to London to take part in this key event.

“We’re very excited about our new game releases and this is a great opportunity to meet with operators and key industry stakeholders as our story enters an exciting new chapter.”

Stewart Darkin, Managing Director of CasinoBeats, added: “Following last year’s successful debut event, we are very excited for this year’s Summit.

“The support of Gavin and his team at Red Tiger is very welcome and, along with the other big names already backing the event – such as SG Digital and BetConstruct – gives the 2019 CasinoBeats Summit a rock-solid foundation as we once again welcome the online gaming community to the heart of the world’s biggest regulated market.

“Along with Betting on Sports and the compelling networking opportunities and evening events, the CasinoBeats Summit offers visitors an unrivalled opportunity.”

With two conference rooms of content across two full days, the 2019 CasinoBeats Summit will offer insight from across the online casino community with operators continuing to play a key role.

Bringing a player focus to the content, sessions cover a wide range of issues including responsibility and sustainability, understanding the player and whether the online casino sector should welcome stakes and prize restrictions. There’s also a strong emphasis on innovation and marketing, with contributions from a series of C-level speakers and visionaries from around the world.

The CasinoBeats Summit takes place at Olympia London on September 17-20, alongside Betting on Sports Weeklearn more and buy tickets for the Summit here

To find out more about sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities at the Summit, please contact sales@sbcgaming.com

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