Totally Gaming Academy partners with SBC to host 1 day workshop at BOFCON

Totally Gaming Academy partners with SBC to host 1 day workshop at BOFCON

Thursday, March 9, 2017

The Totally Gaming Academy have partnered with SBC News to deliver a 1 day workshop alongside the Betting on Football conference.

The Totally Gaming Academy Football Odds Compilers Workshop will be delivered by Jonathan Smith, Sports Betting Academy Head Trainer, Ian McHale, Professor of Sports Analytics at Salford University and Anthony Gray, Senior Football Trader at Sporting Index.

Totally Gaming Academy Director Paul Mills commented: “The opportunity to collaborate with SBC Events for a unique one-day training workshop on football trading, and particularly ahead of their flagship conference at Stamford Bridge, is exciting for the Totally Gaming Academy. The agenda provides comprehensive training on pricing football markets and serves as a perfect fit for the traders, odds compilers and market makers arriving in London for Betting on Football.”

The workshop opens at 09:00, with coffee and registration before the opening session about the difficulties of pricing from 10:00. The agenda, which will also include a focus on the pricing of bookings, corners and goalscorers, will finish with a look at the future of football modelling, with attendees asked to consider other methodologies that may impact the future of pricing for the beautiful game. Networking drinks will take place at 19:00 at Frankie’s Sports Bar in association with SBC Events.

The price is £299 or only £199 when a ticket is purchased with a Betting on Football Conference ticket. To download the agenda click here and to book now click here


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