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Betting on Sports America – Digital to deliver comprehensive analysis of the industry’s future

Betting on Sports America – Digital is set to provide a comprehensive analysis of the current state of and emerging opportunities in the North American sports betting industry, complete with input from the senior executives at the forefront of shaping the sector’s growth path.

The virtual conference and expo on December 1-2, 2020 features a series of interviews with leading CEOs. Joe Asher of William Hill U.S., Bill Hornbuckle of MGM Resorts, John Levy of theScore, and Derek Stevens of Circa Sports are among those due to share their insights on where sports betting fits into the U.S. gambling ecosystem, how operators can strengthen relationships with leagues, and expansion into more states.

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The agenda for the eight-track conference’s panel sessions also addresses the major issues affecting the development of the industry in North America, including taxation and regulation, and the opportunities offered by mobile betting. Those topics will be debated in the Vision of the Future – Leaders Panel, which consists of Kip Levin (CEO, FOXBet), Greg Carlin (CEO, Rush Street Gaming), Adam Greenblatt (CEO, BetMGM), Kristian Nylén (Co-Founder & CEO, Kambi), Dermot Smurfit (CEO, GAN), and David Wang (CEO & Founder, Bet.Works).

There will be plenty more content throughout the event about regulation and the industry’s relationship with governments, reflecting the evolving legislative landscape in the U.S. and proposed changes in Canada. Sessions include in-depth examinations of what the imminent change in the White House means for the industry, the potential for legalization of mobile sportsbooks in New York, the prospects for single-event sports betting in Canada, and what developments in sports betting mean for tribal gaming interests and state lotteries.

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