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Motion: European suppliers aren’t American enough

May 14, 2019
COUNSEL
ESPORTS , IGAMING , ILOTTERY

European markets offer the most experience in technology and operation of regulated sports books, but there is a growing tension between Europe and the US need to develop their own market, cognizant of their own characteristics in terms of regulatory structure, the ecosystem and consumer needs. Join this counsel debate to address issues in the supplier market:

  • The importance in having a platform that is attune to the American market; are your geolocation platforms designed to suit the state-by-state legal requirements?
  • Europeans have experience of technology and odds betting, arguably more important, but Americans inherently know the market. Will this lead to the growth of home-grown US suppliers and operators?
  • What European suppliers might not be considered when working with the US and why
  • Who will prevail: the American or European suppliers?
Speakers
Bill Pascrell III, Strategic Advisor - Princeton Public Affairs Group
Ian Bradley, Chief Strategy Officer - SB Tech
Kresimir Spajic , SVP of Online Gaming - Hard Rock International
Jordan Levin, Group Chief Executive, SG Digital - Scientific Games

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