How Sports Betting Works in a Regulated Market

How Sports Betting Works in a Regulated Market

October 11, 2018, 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

Sands Expo & Convention Center - Special Events Stage
Legal regulated sports betting isn't new to Nevada or other markets around the world. In these markets, operators, suppliers, consumers and other stakeholders benefit from regulation and oversight that protects contests, participants and gaming providers, enabling a popular, safe form of entertainment. Learn how other states can learn from the positive examples set in Nevada and the United Kingdom.



  • Jennifer Roberts


    Associate Director, Adjunct Professor, William S. Boyd School of Law

    UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation

    Jennifer Roberts is the Associate Director of the International Center for Gaming Regulation at University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). She is also...

  • Khalid Ali


    Secretary General

    ESSA (Sports Betting Integrity Association)

    Khalid Ali is the Secretary General of ESSA. He is responsible for the administration and day to day running of the association. As well as providing...

  • A.G. Burnett



    McDonald Carano, Gaming & Administrative Law Group

    ´A.G. Burnett is a partner in the Gaming & Administrative Law Group with McDonald Carano. Due to his extensive experience working in and with...

  • Steven DiMasi


    Vice President Global Government Affairs

    Scientific Games

    Steven is presently Vice President of Global Government Affairs for Scientific Games based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Prior to joining SciGames, Steven...

  • Christopher Grove


    Managing Director, Sports and Emerging Verticals

    Eilers & Krejcik Gaming LLC

    Chris Grove is Acting Director of Catena Media's U.S. division. Catena Media is a publicly-traded company focused on lead generation for the...

Session Type

  1. Program
    Panel Session


  1. Track
    Sports Betting Symposium

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