Richard Graham – Mondogoal – BOFCON Speaker

Richard GrahamRichard Graham has enjoyed a sports sector career spanning over 30 years. He is a former CEO of Commonwealth Games England and also CEO of The Professional Squash Association.

Graham has also worked for sports federations, agencies and major events, dealing with sponsorship, media rights and commercial partnerships at the highest level.

He recently joined fantasy sports operator Mondogoal as International Director, and will be making his first appearance at Betting on Football on the Fantasy Stars panel.

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Which Football club do you support?

Leeds United.

How do you judge their season so far?

A shambles. The worst fiasco since the Irish lost the second instruction manual for “Riverdance” (The one that’s entitled “Now What To Do With Your Hands”).  

Why did you want to speak at Betting on Football 2016?

To highlight the achievements of Mondogoal as a leading company in its sector.

What will you be discussing on your panel session?

The potential for Daily Fantasy Football as an engagement tool for reaching soccer fans in new territories.

What are you most excited about ahead of the conference?

Discussing new ways in which fantasy football can be taken to as wide a market as possible.

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