Event Organise doesn't create a 'page' (as in the post type) for events, but instead WordPress automatically produces one (in the same way it produces post archive pages).
I'm not sure what you'd like a SEO plug-in to do on that page as the content is essentially inherited from the events themselves. I've not had any experience of either those plug-ins you've mentioned, but the SEO plug-in probably handles post type archive pages automatically . As for UAM this probably (or at least should) have options for disabling access to post types (e.g. events), or even the ability to specify this on an event-by-event basis. In this case, events the user does not permission to see shouldn't appear in the event archive.
However, if you still want a set-up similar to Event Manager (using short-codes), you can use
[eo_events] in a page. (See this page). By default it displays a list, and you can edit what appears via the user of placeholder tags. For completely control of its output you can create an appropriate template in your theme.