During the past years, Virtual Sports has grown into a large vertical and many operators are including the option in the portfolio for Virtual Sport enthusiast. The main reason is that virtual sports matches are significantly condensed versions of an actual sporting event.

Thus, they are completed within minutes, providing near-instant results and payouts. Not to mention that virtual sports can be delivered via omni-channel across all platforms, channels and devices through a single account and wallet.

The evolution of Virtual Sports and what it offers for operators has been added to the topics of the “Gambling Industry in 2020” panel discussion and the vertical will be analyzed from several angles at the second edition of MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit, which will be held on the 9th of May in Vilnius, Lithuania.

One of the angles will be presented by Robert Toth, Key Account Manager at Global Bet, who will join Zlatan Omerspahić (Data Protection and Compliance Lawyer at NSoft), Joakim Renman (Chief Commercial Officer – Scout Gaming Group), and last but not least Lyubomira Petrova (Chief Marketing Officer at UltraPlay) for a lively panel discussion moderated by Jaka Repanšek (Media and Gaming Expert).