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Unrivalled lineup of betting expertise at Betting on Sports America

Betting

A fast start to the first morning of Betting on Sports America (23-25 April) will see New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy make a keynote address to the industry, before former US sports stars Ryan Howard and Brian Westbrook explain the increased crossover between sports, sports betting and venture capital. These two sessions were just a small part of the full …

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Hard Rock and Kindred confirmed for inaugural Betting on Sports America

Betting on Sports America

Hard Rock International, Kindred Group, Missouri Lottery, Mississippi Gaming Commission, Foxwoods, Webis Holdings and the National Council on Problem Gambling are just some of the key organisations to be represented across seven conference tracks at next year’s inaugural Betting on Sports America (23-25 April 2019). Super Early Bird tickets are now available for #bosamerica, which is set to become the …

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Exhibition space selling out fast for inaugural BOSA conference

exhibition

Some of the biggest names in sports betting have snapped up exhibition space for the inaugural Betting on Sports America conference, to be held from 23-25 April 2019. The Meadowlands Exposition Center in New Jersey, just a short trip from New York, has been chosen as the venue for both the conference and exhibition. It is ready to house 1,500 …

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Betting on Sports America hits New York and New Jersey

Betting on Sports America

Betting on Sports America, the new sports betting conference and exhibition from SBC, is so big that it is spanning two states! The conference, which is being held from 23-25 April 2019, will start off in New York City, cross the Hudson River to New Jersey, before returning to Manhattan to round things off. The event will open on Tuesday …

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Experts call for thought-out approach to sports betting regulation in the US

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Jake Williams, head of legal for the US at Sportradar, said that alignment with the major US sports leagues was a good idea for sports betting stakeholders, but stopped short of taking sides in a hot debate over the presence or absence of an integrity fee and official data. Speaking at last month’s Betting on Sports conference, Williams defended the …

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