The Sports Betting USA Webinar Starts August 15Published August 13, 2017 by Florin P
Expert speakers will discuss the latest gambling news and trends at the Sports Betting USA Webinar.
The Sports Betting USA conference is scheduled to start on November 14 in New York City, so there’s plenty of time left for those interested to attend. However, the Sports Betting USA Webinar that precedes the event will begin on August 15 and in 2017 some interesting topics are on the list. The webinar will be well attended by industry leaders who will shed some light on the latest industry news. One of the main subjects to be discussed is the Supreme Court action in the NJ case and its impact on the US sports sector.
All Possible Scenarios Considered
The Sports Betting USA Webinar couldn’t take place at a better time, as it begins just a couple of days after the unexpected move made by the US Supreme Court. The fact that the highest court in the United States agreed to hear the arguments in the New Jersey challenge to PASPA is meaningful. Fans of sports betting are hoping that this event will open the door for the implementation of sports betting regulations nationwide. The Supreme Court action is in stark contrast with all the previous court decisions.
Those who participate in the Sports Betting USA Webinar will hear industry leaders discuss the event. The guest speakers will talk about how this decision could impact the sports industry and how can it benefit from a potential change. There are several possible scenarios and all of them are considered, including the exciting alternative of a settlement with New Jersey. The best case scenario is that this decision will unlock new commercial opportunities for the sports industry in the US.
Punters and sports betting fans will also learn more about the options of betting legalization nationwide at both state and federal level. The leagues have expressed their opposition to such projects, but they might be forced to settle and seek compromise. This will bring back in the spotlight the sensitive issue of sports integrity standards that must be established for the betting industry to take off in the US.