The event, which takes place at Meadowlands Exposition Center, New Jersey from November 30 to December 2, is the successor to the hugely successful Betting on Sports America (BOSA) show.
It will feature all the elements that made BOSA a hit with operators interested in North American markets, including a high-level conference, exhibition of the latest industry innovations, and program of evening networking events, but is augmented by the addition of igaming content and the inaugural SBC Awards North America.
The Summit will be attended by all the major players in the region including Delasport, a global technology company in the iGaming industry.
Delasport delivers a one-stop-shop solution for sports betting and online casino operators, from a white-label with a full range of management services to a plug & play iFrame and a complete turnkey.
Delasport solutions are fully certified with the Gaming Labs International (GLI) “Events Wagering System” certification standard GLI-33 and “Interactive-Gaming-Systems” certification standard GLI-19.
Powered by the industry’s best trading and risk management, the sports betting solution covers 70,000+ pre-match and 40,000+ live events monthly, all spread across hundreds of markets on over 125 popular sports, including esports and virtual sports.
The Delasport casino platform, meanwhile, brings together an array of features designed with a full suite of functionalities like CMS & CRM, Bonus Engine, Live Casino and Slots & Games, all with more than 3000 titles from over 50 leading industry providers.
Oren Cohen Shwartz, CEO of Delasport, said: “We are happy to be a gold sponsor in the SBC event in NJ that brings a lot of North America stakeholders under one roof. Delasport brings to the table the right ingredients to support the local brick and mortar establishment in the states. We offer not just technology but also many years of experience in running successful online sports betting and casino operations from the ground up.”
The conference element of the Summit will see 200 senior executives and specialists share insights and exchange ideas about the latest developments in regulation, the next steps for U.S. sports betting operators, how to succeed in igaming, payments technology, and successful player acquisition strategies for competitive markets.
Delegates will also have access to a range of exclusive networking sessions, including pre-event drinks at the 40/40 Club in Manhattan on November 30, the Sports Betting Hall of Fame ceremony and party at the MetLife Stadium on December 1, and the closing party at the Edison Ballroom in New York City on December 2.