Betting Trends & Strategies (BeTS) is a part of the iGaming Super Show, taking place on the 24th - 27th June 2014


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BeTS or Betting Trends and Strategies is a dedicated conference for the sports betting industry. Run in association with the Racing Post, the event aims to create a meeting place for the sports betting industry to come together, learn and network.

So that you can get an idea about the kind of content and speakers we will have at the 2014 BeTS conference we have made three of the conference sessions from last year available for you to view.

View the following 2013 BeTS conference sessions now

Horse Racing v Sports Betting: Will sports betting dominate the betting markets or are there areas where Horse Racing will see a resurgence? Speakers: John O'Conner, B2B, Racing Post; Paul Fisher, CEO, Jockey Club Racecourses; Matthew Taylor, New Media Director, AtTheRaces.com; Ronnie Whelan, Business Development Director, Sporting Solutions.
New Start-Ups - Pitfalls and Opportunities: Who are the likely success stories to emerge from the new start-up operators that have arrived in recent times? Speakers: John O'Conner, B2B, Racing Post; David Sargent, CEO, Zukido; Amory Schwartz, CEO, Sports Authority; Rory Anderson, CEO, 12bet.com; Ed Andrewes, CEO, Locus Gaming.
Racing Post Keynote: The Racing Post deliver their thoughts on the latest feedback and research with regards to digital distribution. Speakers: Ian Heaney, Managing Director, Digital Division, Racing Post; Jon Winter, Head of Design, Racing Post.
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Betting Trends & Strategies is part of the iGaming Super Show



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BeTS is part of the iGaming Super Show which means you will also benefit from access to eight other events co-located within the same venue. This includes access to a dedicated payments, player acquisition, compliance, finance and affiliate events. For more information about the iGaming Super Show, and the eight other shows that are co-located within the venue, please click here.
 
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