Kambi Festival of Sportsbook set for kick-off

By Peter Lynch

Kambi’s Festival of Sportsbook is almost upon us, with the sportsbook supplier running a webinar last week to give an insight into what viewers can expect over the coming days.

The event gets underway on 23 May, kicking off with an Executive Roundtable hosted by Gambling Insider Editor Tim Poole. The Sports Betting Focus roundtable will include the likes of BetWarrior CEO Zeno Ossko, LeoVegas Director of Sports Christian Polsäter and Paul Burns, Canadian Gaming Association CEO.

Elsewhere, viewers can also look forward to a keynote speech from CEO Kristian Nylén, Spanish-speaking sessions for the Latin American market, plus panels on esports, sports betting integrity and more.

During the recent webinar, Kambi PR and Communications Manager Tom Lewis provided a brief history of Kambi’s Festival of Sportsbook, as well as offering an insight into what is coming up this week.

“The festival is back by popular demand after the inaugural festival which took place back in 2021,” he said. “We’ve got a week-long content series to look forward to, running from the 23-27 May, with a number of public sessions that are freely available.

“We've got a number of experts from Kambi who have been curating that content and putting the presentations together, alongside a number of external speakers. We've got speakers from the Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment, ATG and the International Betting Integrity Association joining us as well to deliver those sessions.”

As noted by Kambi in the webinar, there will be a total of 19 sessions taking place throughout the week, with 26 speakers having their say on the biggest topics in sports betting. The main aim of the event is to educate, inform and discuss.

Lewis added: “As mentioned, there are plenty of sessions to look forward to, including one on the World Cup, a look at sports betting integrity and also an examination of the Kambi founders’ story. We will also look at in-event combinations, Abios are going to be delivering some content on eSports and we have an in-depth look at the lifecycle of the price.”

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