U.S. Sports Betting: Lessons Learned from Early Adopters

U.S. Sports Betting: Lessons Learned from Early Adopters

October 11, 2018, 1:15 PM - 2:45 PM

Sands Expo & Convention Center - Special Events Stage
With the repeal of PAPSA squarely in the rearview, the Sports Betting Symposium at G2E will close with a robust discussion of the successes, challenges and lessons for those jurisdictions still considering sports betting in U.S. Learn from those that have been swift to embrace and begin to operate sports betting about the business economics, including the operational and regulatory costs as well as the revenue and new customer base that the market opens.



  • Alen Lang



    Coloring Up Limited

    Alen Lang has 25 years' experience within digital consumer businesses – the last 13 in interactive betting and gaming. Today Alen is Director of...

  • Joe Asher



    William Hill U.S.

    Joe Asher has been CEO of William Hill US since 2012, when William Hill acquired Brandywine Bookmaking, a company Asher created. Brandywine was a...

  • Richard Carter




    Richard Carter is group CEO of SBTech. Richard previously ran the highly recognised and respected Deutsche Bank European gaming franchise in London,...

  • Charles Cohen


    Vice President, Sports Betting

    IGT PlayDigital

    As IGT PlayDigital VP for Sports Betting, Charles heads up IGT's product and strategy as the leading provider of B2B Sports Betting solutions in the...

  • Joe Pappano


    Senior Vice President and Managing Director

    Worldpay, Inc.

    Joe Pappano is Senior Vice President and General Manager of gaming solutions of Worldpay, Inc. (NYSE:WP; LSE:WPY), a global leader in integrated...

  • Kristian Nylen




  • Matt Davey


    Executive Vice President and Group Chief Executive, Digital

    Scientific Games

    Matt Davey serves as Director and Chief Executive Officer of NYX Gaming Group based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mr. Davey received a Bachelor of...

Session Type

  1. Program
    Panel Session


  1. Track
    Sports Betting Symposium

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