The legalization of sports betting

The legalization of sports betting

The legalization of sports betting by the U.S. Supreme Court decision in May has unleashed a tsunami of interest in sports betting from the U.S. gaming industry.

From land-based sports books to lottery to mobile, sports betting has moved to the top of the agenda for casinos.

And G2E is leading the way with a Sports Betting Symposium that will be kicked off by a keynote discussion with the lead anchor for ESPN’s SportsCenter, Scott Van Pelt.

With the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), the failed federal ban on sports betting,

The legalization of sports betting jurisdictions can now decide if legalized,

Regulated sports betting is right for them.

What are the implications for key stakeholders—such as sports leagues, the media, the gaming industry, and more—and what does the landscape look like in 2019 and beyond?

The interview-style discussion, led by

AGA’s Senior Vice President of Public Affairs Sara Slane, will focus on the implications of a legalized sports.

Betting market for key stakeholders following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn PASPA.

Van Pelt and Slane, who led AGA’s efforts to pave the way for legalized sports betting, will also map out the projected sports betting landscape for 2019 and beyond.

“From the start, Scott Van Pelt was one of the first to give.

Attention to the potential benefits of a legal, regulated sports betting market in the United States,” says Slane.

“Now that more jurisdictions across the country have begun offering sports betting, there could be no better time to hear his insight on the evolving state of play and the overarching.

Benefits from this new sector of the American gaming industry.”

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