How States and Tribes Are Preparing for Legal Sports Betting

How States and Tribes Are Preparing for Legal Sports Betting

October 09, 2018, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Sands Expo & Convention Center - Special Events Stage
Language:
English
Even before the SCOTUS ruling, states and tribal sovereign nations have been preparing for a favorable ruling, introducing and – in some cases even – passing legislation to advance sports betting in their jurisdiction. With limited overlap between the ruling and state legislative calendars, this session will discuss the path forward for states and tribes as they pursue legalized, regulated sports betting.

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Contributors

  • Chris Cylke

    Moderator

    Vice President of Government Relations

    American Gaming Association

    Chris Cylke currently serves as vice president of government relations for the American Gaming Association. In this role, he leads AGA's efforts to...

  • Susan Hensel

    Speaker

    Director of Licensing

    Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board

    Susan Hensel was named Director of Licensing for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board in November 2005 after previously serving as Acting Director...

  • Matthew Morgan

    Speaker

    Director of Gaming Affairs

    The Chickasaw Nation

    Mr. Matthew L. Morgan, Esq. currently serves as the Director of Gaming Affairs for the Chickasaw Nation where he provide strategic counsel and policy...

  • David Rebuck

    Speaker

    Director

    New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement

    David L. Rebuck joined the Department of Law & Public Safety in January 1988 as a Deputy Attorney General. He was assigned to the Governor's Office...

Session Type

  1. Program
    Panel Session

Categories

  1. Track
    Sports Betting Symposium

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