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Betcart signs up for new brands session at Betting on Football

Betcart’s Monica Rangel has been confirmed as the fourth panellist on the ‘New brands in football betting’ session at Betting on Football (3-5 May).

Rangel is the Chief Business Development Officer for the Bcourt Group owned and Curacao licensed operator enjoying its third year of trading in 2017.

She will be appearing in the #bofcon2017 session alongside BetStars Managing Director Zeno Ossko, BetOnBrazil CEO Stuart Tilly and EnergyBet Managing Director Marcin Sapinski.

Rangel said: “We live and breathe football; it’s in our business DNA and our international strategic development is built on sports, as is our foundation. Betting on Football will be a very important milestone in our growth plans and we are eager to discuss the future with like-minded individuals.”

‘New brands in football betting’, a key part of the first day Leadership track at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge, will be moderated by McBookie Director Paul Petrie and sponsored by Secure Trading.

The session will focus on how new brands entering the sports betting market can disrupt the status quo and compete for market share alongside bigger and more established operators.

Football-focused Betcart will also be sponsoring the affiliate dinners at the fourth edition of the largest international football and betting trade conference. There will be a dinner at Kensington Roof Gardens on Wednesday 3 May, and in Chelsea’s Directors Lounge on Thursday 4 May.

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