Less than a month for Matchbook Traders Conference in London

5 Oct 2017

Matchbook Traders Conference-1The Matchbook Traders Conference returns to London on 1st of November and will be held at 155 Bishopsgate, near the Liverpool Street station in London.

Some of the most influential minds in betting will be in capital, as more than 600 industry professionals will attend the meeting.

Two of the nine sessions are already scheduled and the coordinators put the final touches in the day’s program.

Professional gamblers like Nick Goff and Neil Channing, alongside sports broadcaster Michael Carlson and Brad Allen, News Editor at EGR Intel will speak about NFL betting in the main hall at 11:00 am.

Harry Findlay, the man who has won over £20 million through betting and spent every penny,  will follow, as he discusses his ‘Gambling for Life’.

Danielle Desroches, Brand Manager at Matchbook, said: “We’re really excited to bring the Matchbook Traders Conference back to London this year. Drawing on the success from our first event, we’re bringing together some of the sharpest minds in the betting world – bit by bit we’re announcing our diverse range of speakers on our website. It’s the perfect event to meet some of the most influential people in sports betting,” she continued. “Academics to gambling legends will make up the 600 attendees who come from all corners of the sports betting and trading world.”

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