SBC Barcelona – Digital signs partnership with Asia Gaming Brief

SBC Summit Barcelona – Digital has signed a strategic media partnership with Asia Gaming Brief, the region’s leading intelligence and connections provider, to promote and develop a session for their upcoming virtual event, which takes place 8-11 September 2020. 

“We’re honored to be selected as a Premier Media Partner of the SBC Summit Barcelona – Digital event. As always, we’re happy to gather like-minded individuals with an interest in online gaming and sports betting in Asia,” said Felix Ng, Asia Editor and Project Director of Asia Gaming Brief. 

As part of the partnership, Asia Gaming Brief co-founder Rosalind Wade will be moderating a session during the “Global Gambling” track, focused on the future of the Asian market, titled “Asia – Adapting to the Future”, set for 11am CEST on Wednesday 9th September. 

Asia Gaming Brief will also be organizing a networking session at 10:30am CEST on Thursday 11th September as part of the “Networking Bar,”gathering the Asia gaming industry. 

This free-flowing discussion will discuss sports betting expansion opportunities that may have opened up as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, as governments and companies look for new revenue streams.

Key speakers in this session include Danny Too, General Manager of Cherry Interactive, Jaydeep Chakravartty, Vice President – Commercials of Markor Technologies, and Jesper Jensen, CEO of iGaming Asia, and Sharon Singleton, Managing Editor of Asia Gaming Brief. Together, the speakers represent the most important sports betting and iGaming markets in Asia. 

“Asia Gaming Brief is the premier B2B Media outlet in the Asian market and we are proud to have them as a partner and host for our largest and most global digital event. We are really looking forward to an engaging conversation with AGB at the lead,” commented Kelly Kehn, Global Relationships Director at SBC. 

Outside of the session, the SBC Summit Barcelona – Digital event will gather around 200 speakers and 100 virtual exhibitors, with more than 10,000 delegates from around the world.