Betting on Sports America 2020’s status as the unmissable forum where all the key players gather to learn about future developments in the US sports betting industry has been further enhanced by a stellar line-up for the event’s CEO panel.
The event, which takes place on April 28-30, includes 9 high-level conference tracks addressing all the major issues, developments and opportunities in the US industry. The 2500 senior executive delegates set to converge on Meadowlands Exposition Center for the world’s largest dedicated sports betting trade show, can also look forward to an expo showcasing the latest innovations from leading suppliers and exclusive evening networking parties.
The ‘Vision of the Future’ session on Wednesday, April 29, will feature in-depth insights from the leaders of some of the market’s biggest players, including:
- Joe Asher – CEO, William Hill US;
- John Levy – Founder and CEO, theScore;
- Richard Schwartz – President, Rush Street Interactive;
- Adam Greenblatt – CEO, Roar Digital.
The panel will share their knowledge of the major issues shaping the future of the North American sports wagering industry, including the importance of mobile, remote registration, taxation levels, and the role of media companies.
The CEO panel is part of BOSA 2020’s Betting in Society track, which takes place on the first full day of the sports betting trade show. It also features sessions on the relationship between major sports and the wagering industry, how lotteries are adapting to the post-PASPA market, the views of serious bettors on the regulated market, how broadcasters portray betting, and media brands becoming betting operators.
Other expert speakers participating in the track include Jay Rood (Chief Risk Officer, Bet.Works), David Forman (Senior Director of Research, AGA), Dan Spillane (SVP & General Counsel, NBA), Danielle Boyd (Head of Governmental Relations, William Hill US) and Benjie Levy (COO, theScore).
Visit the official Betting on Sports America website for further information about the show.
As mentioned earlier, revenue from legal sports betting in the USA has significantly increased in 2019 in comparison with 2018 and reached $13 billion.
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