Kambi, a provider of sports betting solutions, announced the addition of VIXIO Regulatory Intelligence and Eilers & Crazy Gaming to its list of speakers for its Sportsbook Festival, taking place from June 6 to 9.
When announcing the deal, the company stressed that it was “two of the leading research and intelligence companies in the space” and that they would be joined by a “stellar cast of experts” to explore the future of sports betting.
On June 6, Daniel Stone, Director of Data & Insights, and Joe Evens, Global Managing Editor of VIXIO Regulatory Intelligence, will lead a session titled “Market Insights: Global Sports Betting Opportunities,” in which they will discuss key markets. Organizers of the event said they would focus on and outline the potential for long-term global growth.
On June 8, industry commentator and SVP Strategic Insights at Allers & Krejcik Gaming Alun Bowden will talk about the product features that matter in today’s marketplace and changing consumer behavior that will demand more innovation in sports betting.
James Kilsby, principal analyst at VIXIO Regulatory Intelligence, said: “The global sports betting market has been transformed by regulatory changes over the past five years. Horizon.
Bowden, for his part, said: “In a betting market that is maturing, product is becoming a key differentiator and we are delighted to share some of the latest trends and future predictions for the sports betting applications landscape at Kambi Festival Sportsbook”.
“This year the Festival of Sportsbooks is getting better than ever, especially with VIXIO Regulatory Intelligence and Eilers & Crazy Gaming. Both companies are highly respected throughout the industry for their in-depth coverage and level of industry reporting, and we are delighted to bring their insight and expertise to the Festival,” concluded Gerard Starkey, Cambi’s SVP of Marketing and Communications.
Last month, Kambi revealed the agenda of the upcoming Sportsbook 2023 Festival, a series of content on sports betting in which experts from the Kambi sector and the market in general will participate. The firm announced that the Festival returns for a third consecutive year and that “delegates will be able to curate their own experience at the Festival by attending sessions focused on some of the hottest topics in the sector.”