The event will be held June 1-3 at the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel. It’s a three day conference where attendees get to listen in on speeches from industry leaders such as Inaya Dayal, CEO of The Stars Group and Terrance Gareau, President of MGM Resorts International.
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The SBC Summit North America will include high-level leaders from all of the region’s leading sports betting and igaming companies as speakers.
On November 30 – December 2, 2021, the conference and tradeshow at Meadowlands Exposition Center in New Jersey will be the year’s largest gathering of online gambling executives from the United States and Canada, as they gather to learn, network, and get a first look at the next generation of industry technology.
A number of experts, including keynote speakers Soo Kim (Chairman of the Board of Directors, Bally’s Corporation), Jan Jones Blackhurst (Board Member, Caesars Entertainment), and Bill Miller (Board Member, Caesars Entertainment), will provide insights into the current state of the fast-moving industry and ideas for the next steps in its growth path (President & CEO, AGA).
Matt Prevost (Chief Revenue Officer, BetMGM), Ezra Kucharz (Chief Business Officer, DraftKings), Carolyn Renzin (Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, FanDuel), Jon Kaplowitz (Head of Penn Interactive, Penn National Gaming), Daniel Shapiro (SVP – Chief Development Officer, Caesars Digital), Liv Biesemans (General Counsel, Kindred Group), Daniel Graetzer (CEO of Maxi
Representatives from tribal and commercial casinos will be in attendance, including Anika Howard (VP, Brand Marketing & Digital, Foxwoods Resort Casino), Rich Roberts (President, Digital Gaming, Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment), Erica Kosemund (Senior Director Gaming Brand & Partnerships, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma), Davis Catlin (Senior Managing Director, Las Vegas Sands Corp), Matthew Metcalf (Sportsbook Director, Circa Sports), Luis (CEO, Fifth Street Gaming).
The conference’s eight-track agenda covers all of the key issues influencing the industry’s future in the region, including technology, regulation, the relationship between betting and professional sports, payments and compliance, online casino gaming, tribal gaming, marketing strategies, and investment. Experts from around the business have joined the 200-strong speaker lineup to provide important insights on these themes.
At SBC Summit North America, Marquest J. Meeks (Senior Counsel, MLB), Tyler Mazzereeuw (Chief Marketing and Revenue Officer, CFL), Jeff Fernandez (Vice President Business Development + Ventures, New York Jets), and Matt Stallknecht (Senior Manager – Sports Betting, NASCAR) are among the professional sports representatives.
Michael Golub (Deputy Attorney General, State of New Jersey), E. Sequoyah Simermeyer (Chairman, National Indian Gaming Commission), Dan Hartman (Director – Division of Gaming, Colorado Department of Revenue), Christopher Hebert (Director – Gaming Division, Louisiana Attorney General’s Office), Shelley White (CEO, Responsible Gaming Ctr), and others are among the speakers.
Because technology is such an important part of the industry’s evolution, the lineup is rounded out by representatives from firms working on the next generation of goods that will assist operators flourish. Joe Asher (IGT’s President of Sports Betting), Todd Haushalter (Evolution’s Chief Product Officer), Cathryn Lai (OpenBet’s CCO), Matteo Monteverdi (Elys Game Technology’s Special Projects), Niki Metzgar-Schall (Sportradar’s Head of Legal, US), and Don Ryan (IGT’s President of Sports Betting) are among them (COO, GAN).
“We’re delighted to mark our return to the United States by presenting what is without a doubt the strongest speaker lineup ever assembled for a sports betting and igaming industry conference in North America, with all of the major operators participating alongside renowned experts from across the sector,” said Sue Schneider, SBC’s VP of Growth and Strategy.
“The year’s finest chance to learn about the future of the business from the sector’s most prominent and informed executives is at SBC Summit North America, which features a high-level speaker lineup with an agenda focusing on major legal, operational, and technology challenges.”
SBC and EPIC Risk Management are hosting the Player Protection Symposium on November 30 at the 40/40 Club in Manhattan, ahead of the major conference on December 1-2. Representatives from the betting business, professional sports clubs and leagues, and the media will be in attendance to discuss how to create a viable gambling harm prevention ecosystem.
Sabrina Perel (Chief Compliance Officer, NFL), Carolene Layugan (Responsible Gaming Program Director, Caesars), Jonathan Michaels (SVP Strategic Development & Government Affairs, Sightline Payments), Jim Brown (Managing Director of ERM, NCAA), Casey Brett (VP, Gaming and New Business Ventures, MLB), and Brandt Iden are among the speakers at the invitation-only Symposium (Head of Government Affairs, US, Sportradar & former Michigan State Representative).
SBC Summit North America participants may expect to experience the newest industry advancements on the 50-booth tradeshow floor, as well as a schedule of nighttime networking events at locations such as Jay Z’s 40/40 Club, MetLife Stadium, and The Rooftop at Edison Ballroom.
Visit the SBC Summit North America website to register for the event.
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