Don Best Sports MD to speak at RGW2017

On June 7-8, Benjie Cherniak, managing director of Don Best Sports, will present at the international exhibition and forum Russian Gaming Week.

The title of speaker’s presentation: “The Increase of US sports within the CIS countries betting market”.

Benjie Cherniak is a successful gambling business representative with 10 years of experience in the betting industry. He currently holds the position of managing director of Don Best Sports, a leading provider of products and services related to the North American sports betting industry. At the forum, Benjie Cherniak will tell why bookmakers of the CIS countries will benefit from accepting bets on the US sports: NHL, NBA, NFL, MLB etc. Many of these competitions are already popular in Russia, and some of them have not revealed their huge potential yet.

The speaker will present a case study explaining how to create a high-margin and legitimate sports product aimed at the development of new markets. He will compare the culture of sports betting on different continents and review issues of fighting fixed matches.

RGW 2017 will take place at ECC Sokolniki on June 7-8.

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