London
7th - 10th February 2018
ExCeL, London
The London Affiliate Conference 2017 surpassed expectations. The organisers delivered an event that offered solid new business, as well as enhancing opportunity with existing partners - credit to the iGB events team, and the affiliate attendance that makes it possible. LAC sets the standard that other events should follow, and if we had to select just one event to attend each year, it would be this one.
James Woods, Head of Performance Marketing, bet365

Jake Pollard

Jake Pollard

Head of Online Content & Intelligence
iGaming Business

Jake Pollard joined iGaming Business as Head of online content and intelligence in March 2013 and is developing all online content.

Jake Pollard

's social channels

Jake Pollard joined iGaming Business as Head of online content and intelligence in March 2013 and is developing all online content to make www.igamingbusiness.com the information resource for the online gaming sector. The new iGaming Business website will launch towards the end of the summer and will provide readers with the latest news, features, interviews, reports and datasets on all issues relevant to the industry. Jake is one of the leading journalists covering the igaming sector and was editor of eGaming Review and iGaming France prior to joining iGaming Business, he is fluent in French and English and writes in both languages.

Upcoming talks

FPE day 2 welcome from conference chair

Friday: Welcome to conference room 2

Saturday: Welcome to conference room 2

Articles written by this author

The rising wave of affili...

The past 18 months has seen a ramping up of M&A activity in the gambling...

Article by Jake Pollard

France: An Update Post-Regulation

France: An Update Post-Re...

France regulated its online gaming and betting market close to two years ago...

Article by Jake Pollard

The EU Debate – Restricted Openings Vs Monopoly Rule

The EU Debate – Restricte...

The European iGaming landscape is providing the industry with much to...

Article by Jake Pollard