Hottest Topic at G2E is the Expansion of Sports Wagering
Oct. 13, 2018, Las Vegas Review Journal, by Richard N. Velotta
Could representatives of professional sports leagues someday be investigated and called forward by Nevada gaming regulators to be scrutinized for suitability as gaming licensees? That scenario was proffered by former state Gaming Control Board Chairman A.G. Burnett during a panel discussion on the business of sports betting at last week’s Global Gaming Expo. The expansion of sports wagering was the hottest topic of the show, the largest gathering of gaming industry professionals in the world, attended by about 26,000 people. To read entire article click here.
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