With the Digital Marketing Forum (DMF) event quickly approaching, organised by ourselves here at Affiverse, in association with SBC Events, we wanted to look into what value for money the DMF has.
What is the Digital Marketing Forum?
Our Digital Marketing Forum is an event for online marketing professionals in the iGaming casino and betting industry. Here we discuss the latest for digital and performance marketing trends, along with the agenda focusing on customer acquisitions and marketing techniques which are constantly evolving in our digital ecosystem.
During this, we will be hosting up to the minute discussions as it relates to the iGaming industry.
Where and when is this being hosted?
Our forum is part of the wider CasinoBeats Summit and Betting on Sports Conference, and it will be taking place from the 17th – 20th September at Olympia London. Giving plenty of time to network and discuss new business and digital marketing opportunities with stakeholders from the betting and gaming industry.
What can we expect to see at the event?
At the event, there will be a number of conferences which will be discussing everything affiliate from the basics of learning what an affiliate actually is, to bonus restrictions and KYC.
Included, there will also be access to being able to speak to leading experts on topics such as growth hacking brands, and learning the latest digital trends, while also networking with senior executives in the large exhibition area, with 120 exhibitors.
Our large networking areas, such as the Golden Race Lounge and Bar, the Racing Post Networking Cafe, business and betting lounges, and our networking drinks and parties will allow great opportunity to meet new people in the same industry.
Through attending the DMF event, you will also be granted access to the Betting on Sports and CasinoBeats Summit, and PaymentExpert Forum events. There will be eight bumper tracks held across the two days of SBC’s flagship conference.
With Betting on Sports, you will be able to join a different flavour, with day one including sessions on fast-growing MMA, esports as ‘the major sport you are not carrying’, expansion plans for the biggest European football championships and the impact so far of data restrictions on lower level tennis tournaments.
CasinoBeats will also be touching on The Future of Gaming, which will ask what the live sector is doing to innovate, before assessing the future of slots, how studios use data to inform product design and whether blockchain has a future in online casino.
The PaymentExpert Forum will assess the early impacts of the UK Gambling Commission’s age verification laws and latest developments to frictionless onboarding and payment stacks, as well as why cryptocurrencies – formerly billed as a disruptive force – are now met with distrust.