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U.S. Sports Betting 2020 Outlook (Part One)

It has been barely 18-months since the professional and amateur sports betting act was over turned, and there are now 13 states beyond Nevada with full sports betting up and running.

It has been barely 18-months since the professional and amateur sports betting act was over turned, and there are now 13 states beyond Nevada with full sports betting up and running.

It has been barely 18-months since the professional and amateur sports betting act was over turned, and there are now 13 states beyond Nevada with full sports betting up and running. In 2019, 9 states plus Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico enacted sports betting legislation, as well as this there have been over 150 major partnerships signed between; casinos, sportsbooks operators, technology providers, majors sports leagues and teams not to mention media companies.For this episode, Joe Ewens is joined by Reporter, Matt Carey and Vice President, U.S. James Kilsby from VIXIO GamblingCompliance's Washington D.C. office, they will outline what we have learned in the U.S. market in 2019 and preview what we are expecting to happen in 2020.

“Vixio GamblingCompliance is an important string to our bow in helping us to be as effective as possible in supporting our partners. The understanding that the team at Vixio have of global gambling regulation is tough to match in their field, and their ability to effectively communicate this knowledge is a big help for our team as we continue to expand globally. Regulatory and compliance teams of any size or experience can benefit from the expertise Vixio brings to the table, and they have helped us to stay abreast of developments and maintain the high standards we have set for compliance and integrity.”

Tommaso Di Chio

SVP Regulatory Affairs
and Compliance at Kambi

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