Official Versus Unofficial Sports Betting Data: The Attractions and the Issues

Official Versus Unofficial Sports Betting Data: The Attractions and the Issues

October 09, 2018, 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Sands Expo & Convention Center - Special Events Stage
Unregulated gambling operators do not include consumer protections or monitor for any irregular activities or crimes including match-fixing, fraud or money-laundering. Unlike licensed, regulated gaming operators, the illegal market will use illegal sports betting data to make money at all costs. There is no entity better positioned to ensure the integrity of sports betting than the existing state and tribal sovereign nations gaming commissions and the legal data monitoring technology that can be found in legal domestic and international sports betting markets. Learn more about integrity cooperation, legislation and enforcement to ensure a safe consumer experience through legitimate gaming operators.



  • Mark Locke


    Chief Executive Officer

    Genius Sports Group

    Mark Locke is the Chief Executive Officer of Genius Sports Group, with overall responsibility for the strategic, financial and operational...

  • Jake Williams


    VP of Legal & Regulatory Affairs


    Jake focuses on the expansion of sports betting in US States as well as Sportradar's US digital media offerings. Prior to his current role in the US,...

  • William E. Moschella



    Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP

    Will Moschella is a shareholder in the DC office of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck where he counsels clients on a range of matters, including...

Session Type

  1. Program
    Panel Session


  1. Track
    Sports Betting Symposium

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