Gaming Racing & Wagering Australia 2016 Conference

Published Sunday, July 10, 2016 -
Gaming Racing & Wagering Australia 2016 Conference

Australia and the Asian jurisdictions have been gaining significant growth in the online gambling industry. The Gaming, Racing & Wagering Australia 2016 conference gets underway in August and is a must attend event for those involved in gambling business ventures. This is the area’s premier gaming conference to take place between the 8th and 10th of August at the Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour.

Bringing together over 150 of Australia's leading sports betting, gaming and racing executives it is the nation’s premier gaming and wagering conference, focusing on innovation and keeping operators ahead of the game in the highly competitive gambling marketplace in Australia and Asia.  

Speakers at the conference include Oonagh Chan Head of Broadcasting Services at the Hong Kong Jockey Club who will speak about the future of racing in Australia and the rest of the world. Questions pertaining to solutions that confront the industry challenges to foster innovation to keep Australia’s racing and wagering industry relevant in the current business environment.

Another speaker Scott Wenkart Founder & CEO Spiral Global will tackle another subject, the eSports industry’s incredible growth. Jamie Nettleton a partner at Addisons and Gordon Tsui
COO at Better eSports will speak on the topics of eSports and virtual sports activity.

There are an estimated 89 million eSports enthusiasts which is growing fast globally.  The experts will answer what this means for the mobile gaming industry. The conversation will focus on retaining, engaging, and increasing audience participation by identifying the catalysts creating the growth and capitalising on those aspects.

Alan Pedley who is a Principal Consultant at Government Associates will also be giving a talk on confronting the threat of match fixing in racing. He will elaborate on some tough questions such as; Is manipulating the outcome of a race still a major issue in the industry? Managing the public perception and the exploration of effective legal measures to keep match fixing at bay will also be revealed.  




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