Tune in LIVE to 2017 International Football Betting Conference

Jason Lake

Wednesday, August 2, 2017 7:38 PM UTC

Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017 7:38 PM UTC

If you can’t attend the 2017 International Football Betting Conference in Costa Rica, don’t panic: You can still catch the IFBC live stream on Friday and Saturday.

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We’re just hours away from one of the most important events in sports betting. The inaugural International Football Betting Conference takes place this Friday and Saturday at the Sheraton Grand Casino in Costa Rica. Eight different seminars will be presented, featuring the leading lights in our industry, and there’s a ton of side events happening, too. You definitely don’t want to miss this.

But what if you can’t make it to Costa Rica? No sweat; we’ll be doing a full-on professional live stream of the entire workshop, between noon and 5:00 p.m. Eastern on Friday and Saturday. These are must-see seminars, so for anyone who won’t be in attendance, make sure to catch the live stream and soak in as much knowledge as you can.


Islands in the Stream

There are a number of different ways you can watch the 2017 IFBC live stream. If you pull up our homepage at SBRpicks.com, we’ll have the stream front-and-center for you. There’s also our very own YouTube channel, and you can check out our IFBC Facebook event page and IFBC Twitter feed for more information.

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Will be streaming live from the #IFBC2017 on YouTube from 12pm-5pm ET Friday & Saturday  Keep an eye out for links.https://t.co/fm7QZbRigZ pic.twitter.com/z4DjiQ8aue

— IFBC 2017 (@IFBC2017) July 31, 2017

Open registration has officially ended for the inaugural IFBC (standing-room only is still available at press time), so if you haven’t already booked your place, the live stream has your back. Friday’s seminars begin with Teddy Covers and our own Drew Martin, followed by Matt Holt, Gabe Morency, and Ed Feng; on Saturday, it’s Clay Travis kicking off, then an SBR roundtable, the impeccable Marc Lawrence, and we wrap up with Gill Alexander giving his philosophy on making sharper football picks.

Sadly, the IFBC live stream won’t include the $5,000 poker freeroll, the rooftop party at the Octavo Lounge, or any of the other side events taking place in and around the Sheraton, so if you want to attend those, see if you can arrange one of the remaining SRO spots. Otherwise, tune into the live stream, and start getting ready for another great year of football betting.

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