England’s James Haskell confirmed as BiG Sports Dinner host

HaskellEngland Rugby’s James Haskell is the latest superstar confirmed for The BiG Sports DinnerSBC Events has teamed up with the BiG Foundation to make the third annual sports dinner bigger and better than ever before, with a whole host of sporting icons such as Haskell appearing in London.

Haskell’s stock is well and truly on the rise after a series of outstanding performances in Australia this summer. The Wasps flanker, capped 70 times by his country, was officially named as the Player of the Series, as England whitewashed the Wallabies 3-0 in their own back yard.

The BiG Sports Dinner is just one of six events that make up Betting on Sports (Thursday 15th & Friday 16th September), the largest gathering of key personnel right across the sports betting industry.

By combining The BiG Sports dinner with top class speaker sessions, an expo area, networking party and a pair of high level management events, we are literally bringing business, network and charity together under one roof. Over 600 delegates will be in attendance across an action packed two days.

Elizabeth Blake, Event Director at SBC, said: “BiG and SBC Events would like to welcome Wasps and England rugby player James Haskell as a host for this year’s dinner. This year promises new faces and great entertainment for the 300 people in attendance, which includes representatives from over 40 operators and more than 30 of the world’s largest affiliates groups. It’s going to be an amazing night!”

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