Head of Bingo Boom to speak on esports

Bingo Boom executive director Konstantin Makarov will be speaking at the Russian Gaming Week 2017 conference about the influence of betting on esports development.

Makarov, who is also the president of Foundation for computer sports support and development, and head of Self-regulatory Organization of Bookmakers, will speak about the increasing interest in eSports; the growing popularity of eSports and massive involvement of its audience;  profiting from industry advertising; ways to finance the use of competition names by betting shops.

Being a candidate of legal sciences and experienced head of the bookmaker since 2012, Konstantin Makarov will reveal the positive and negative aspects of the new law regulating cooperation between bookmakers and sports organizations.

A special focus will be the potential of eSports, which has been recently included in the official register of Sports of the Russian Federation.

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