SBC Summit Tbilisi to feature Shota Arveladze

SBC Summit Tbilisi to feature Shota Arveladze

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SBC Summit Tbilisi to feature Shota Arveladze

Shota Arveladze will be delivering a keynote speech at the forthcoming SBC Summit Tbilisi.

The upcoming edition of the SBC Summit Tbilisi event will offer its attendees a set of unique and productive experiences, helping iGaming professionals learn about the ever-evolving gambling market of Georgia and its nearby regions. The conference will feature an expansive list of top industry representatives as speakers who will share their insights at the event and further enhance the summit’s appeal.

One of the conference’s most noteworthy speakers will be AAA Foundation founder and former athlete Shota Arveladze, who will be hosting one of the summit’s opening keynotes. Scheduled to take place on the summit’s core day on the 24th of October, the keynote hosted by Arveladze will cover the importance of international businesses for the development of local markets. He will also share his insights into how gambling companies can greatly enhance the development of sports through collaborations with sports organizations and teams.

Having had a career in football for nearly two decades, Arveladze is one of Georgia’s most renowned athletes in the sport. In addition to playing with some of the country’s top football clubs, he has also had an extensive career as a coach and a team manager, and continues to contribute significantly to the development of football in Georgia and its nearby regions.

Arveladze is also the founder of the AAA Foundation, a charitable organization that aims to enhance the sports industry by supporting new athletes, advocating for inclusivity, and promoting other similar initiatives.

Be sure to secure your tickets to the forthcoming edition of the conference while they’re still available on the organizer’s official website. Explore other upcoming summits on our iGaming Events page.

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