Bodog To Back Power 50 Summit

Bodog’s chief Ayre has said that this us a great chance to network with our peers and also to raise the online gaming industry up to a new level of both quality and entertainment value for all of its players.

The top US facing online wagering group, Bodog, has announced ttit will be sponsoring the forthcoming eGaming Review Power 50 Summit. The top 50 movers and shakers in the online gambling world are expected to attend this summit, which is planned to take place on April 23rd through April 25th, outside of London, at the Brocket Hall estate.

According to Bodog spokesmen the sponsorship of this year’s Power 50 Summit is to be a part of a group strategy that is designed to sustain possibly the most identifiable brand in the entertainment and online gambling markets.

Calvin Ayre, Bodog’s founder and CEO says that the company is looking forward to the summit. They see it as being an especially great opportunity to network with their peers and to raise the online gaming industry up to a new level of quality and entertainment value for the express advantage of the players.

Bodog will, later this summer, bring together again industry leaders, at another conference, the planned 2018 Bodog Marketing Conference. This conference is scheduled for July 23rd through July 25th, to take place at the Wynn Las Vegas. The conference is expected to attract the top names in poker and online sports betting and will include the major online gambling advertisers, handicappers, operators, affiliates, and suppliers.

The theme to be featured by the 2018 Bodog Casino is set to be Seduce, Induce, Ignite. Seduce means to attain new customers, which should always be the goal of any successful business. Induce means in the sense of maintaining customer loyalty, while Ignite refers to how to expand a business venture into its fullest.

The keynote speaker is to be Magic Johnson, and in addition, the 2018 Bodog Marketing Conference will offer words from industry leaders from the worlds of online marketing, public relations, online gaming, the mainstream corporate sector, and technology.