SBC Summit Tbilisi agenda is now available

SBC Summit Tbilisi agenda is now available

SBC Summit Tbilisi agenda is now available

The agenda for the forthcoming inaugural edition of SBC Summit Tbilisi has recently been published.

The inaugural edition of the conference is set to give its attendees a high-quality set of experiences covering the rapidly expanding online gambling industry of Georgia and its surrounding regions, which includes Central Asia, the Balkans, and the region of the Black Sea. It will start on the 23rd of October and will host some of the region’s most influential industry professionals.

The summit will feature two main conference tracks, titled “Innovation” and “Market Digest”. The former will be covering some of the industry’s emerging trends and innovations, along with their potential and how new technologies like artificial intelligence can be used by the sector to enhance its growth. The latter, on the other hand, will focus on several markets in the conference’s target regions and dive deeper into their quirks and features.

The two tracks will be held in parallel on the 24th of October, with each one having its own dedicated room. The Market Digest track will start the day off with a panel focusing on the Georgian iGaming market, while the Innovation track will be covering the topic of affiliate marketing at the same time.

Each of the tracks will host five speech and discussion panels throughout the day, featuring more than 40 top industry professionals like SMH’s Lasha Machavariani, eSports Insider’s Sam Cooke, and Totogaming’s Tereza Tokmajyan.

Furthermore, the event will also be hosting an exhibition area where several of the region’s world-renowned gambling brands will be showcasing their offerings. The exhibition hall will also provide attendees with an excellent opportunity to meet with like-minded industry experts to expand their networks in the region.

Visit the summit’s official website to secure your tickets to its inaugural installment. Explore other upcoming industry summits on our iGaming Events page.

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