AffiliateCon Virtually Live returns with more content this Wednesday

By Gambling Insider

AffiliateCon, the learning hub for gaming affiliates, will broadcast its next Virtually Live event this Wednesday, 12th May.

The virtual conference will kick off with a presentation on International and Multilingual SEO by Vasco Albuquerque, SEO Manager, All-in Global. After that Gambling Insider’s Tim Poole will speak to Thomas Rosander, chief customer officer of Luckbox (now appointed as CEO), about esports betting and the esports affiliate market.

AffiliateCon Virtually Live will then continue with two interviews about cryptocurrencies. Affiliate Adam Gros, owner of Gamblineers, will discuss cryptocurrencies from an affiliate perspective, and whether the crypto bubble will ever burst. Olle Dickson, casino manager at BitStarz, will cover the operator side and discuss how prominent is crypto amongst operators, and whether crypto players are more valuable.

Last but not least, AffiliateCon will look into the opportunities the Euros 2020 will present affiliates, how can they take advantage of what will be a massive surge in traffic and volume, what should they not do and what they have maybe gotten wrong in the past. Shahar Attias, CRM Consultant & Owner, Hybrid Interaction, and Joe Ryan, Head of Video & Audio, Presenter at Better Collective, will take part in this panel.

To watch the Virtually Live event on 12 May and for more educational content, head over to affiliatecon.com. Affiliates can join the AffiliateCon club for free and benefit from the quality educational content put up on the website regularly, as well as use the site to interact with leading and upcoming affiliate brands from across Europe.

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