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Zhan Beleniuk will speak at the opening of the SBC Summit CIS - the most important regional event in the field of gambling

On October 13 and 14, the Ukrainian Gambling Council will participate as a strategic partner in the SBC Summit CIS – a summit and international conference. This will be the largest and most important event in the field of gambling in Eastern Europe and the CIS region. It will bring together not only the largest global and Ukrainian gambling brands but also representatives of the state and public sectors, media, and celebrities.

In particular, on the occasion of the opening of the summit, a prominent Ukrainian athlete, Olympic medallist, and member of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Zhan Beleniuk will deliver an opening speech.

Beleniuk has had a successful athletic career as a Greco-Roman wrestler, winning several medals at the Olympics, including gold at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo and silver at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Beleniuk's sports aspirations also remain part of his political career, as he is the first deputy chairman of the relevant Verkhovna Rada Committee on Youth and Sports.

In addition to Mr. Beleniuk, other Ukrainian officials will be speakers at the SBC Summit CIS, including Ivan Rudyi, Chairman of the Commission for the Regulation of Gambling and Lotteries, David Arahamiya, Chairman of the parliamentary faction of the ruling party “Sluga Narodu”, Boris Baum, First Deputy Chairman of the CRGL Expert and Advisory Council, and Oleksiy Kucher, Head of the State Regulatory Service of Ukraine.

See you at the SBC Summit CIS!

You can register for the summit by following the link: https://sbcevents.com/sbc-summit-cis/tickets-compare/

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• UGC is a Ukrainian specialized gambling public association seeking to unite the entire legal gambling industry into a single voice to ensure stable and effective development of the gambling business in Ukraine. UGC is the major platform for communication between the State and the entire legal gambling industry. Today, the number of UGC members already amounts to 17 legal gambling operators and organizations.