June 12, 2023 3 min read


SBC Shares Info on the Canadian Gaming Summit

SBC’s founder said that Canadian gaming is always evolving, offering many opportunities to companies that wish to explore the local market

The Canadian Gaming Summit (CGS), Canada’s top annual gambling and sports betting conference, kicks off tomorrow. This year’s edition of the event will run through June 15 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and will welcome thousands of delegates.

This will mark the 26th edition of the industry event. Produced by SBC and the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA), the exhibition expects a staggering 2,000 delegates.

SBC’s help will bolster the status of the CGS, ensuring that it continues to support the growth of the gaming industry. SBC’s founder and chief executive officer, Rasmus Sojmark, commented on his company’s involvement in the event:

This is our first year operating the Canadian Gaming Summit and we are extremely excited and honored to build upon the long-standing legacy that has been established. We have focused heavily on elevating every element of the event including production level, quality of content, networking capabilities and attending decision-makers.

Rasmus Sojmark, founder & CEO, SBC

Sojmark noted that Canadian gaming is always evolving, offering many opportunities to companies that wish to explore the local market.

Major Companies Will Attend the Event

The 2023 iteration of the event will highlight the changes in the industry and how innovation has changed the dynamics of betting and gaming. Industry specialists will be able to attend conferences, meet exhibitors and participate in all-inclusive evening networking parties.

The event will be attended by many B2B and B2C companies from the entertainment sector, including many leaders in gaming, betting and hospitality. More than 50 companies are expected to exhibit their latest products and technologies, including powerhouses such as Wazdan, bet365, Altenar, IGT, BetConstruct, Diamond Game, Fast Track Solutions and Platipus Gaming, among others.

High-ranking representatives from these companies are expected to speak about the industry, its present and future. Over 170 speakers from many companies will discuss various hot topics.

Furthermore, the conference agenda will take place across 3 stages and 7 conference tracks. The panels will comment on the industry’s state in Ontario and beyond. Regulation, marketing and technology will also be mentioned.

The CGS Will Offer a Variety of Networking Events

As mentioned, attendees will be able to attend various networking and award-based events outside of the conference hall. These will include the first edition of Canadian First Pitch, a staple competition of SBC-hosted events, that is aimed at supporting industry startups. A single winner will take an exclusive prize of $27,700 (converted to USD).

Another event visitors can attend is the First Nations Gaming Awards 2023, where the contributions of First Nation communities will receive recognition.

Daytime networking events will include the Global Gaming Women Breakfast on June 14 and the First Nations Gaming Breakfast on the following day. The aforementioned evening networking parties will include a Pre-registration Party at the Urban Waterfall Garden on June 13 and the Official Networking Party at the Lavelle Bar on June 14.


Although Fiona doesn't have a long-spanning background within the gambling industry, she is an incredibly skilled journalist who has built a strong interest in the constantly growing iGaming network. The team at GamblingNews.com is glad to have her on our roster to help deliver the best stories as soon as they hit. Aside from writing, she loves to dabble in online casino games such as slots and roulette, both for her own enjoyment and also as research to better improve her understanding of the industry.

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