Sports Integrity from the Regulatory Point of View

Sports Integrity from the Regulatory Point of View

October 14, 2019, 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

Veronese 2405
With sports betting continuing to expand across the U.S., the importance of sports integrity is a popular topic of discussion that has been repeatedly analyzed from the individual team and league perspective, from the sports betting operator standpoint and from the individual bettor's point of view. Keeping these varied opinions and interests in mind, this panel will address sports integrity from the state regulatory perspective, sharing lessons learned by states who have recently implemented sports betting post-PASPA, discuss their collective concerns about the ongoing threat of federal oversight, evaluate the need for state to state collaboration on best practices and more.


  • George Rover


    Managing Partner

    Princeton Global Strategies

    George Rover Managing Partner, Princeton Global Strategies, LLC & Chief Integrity Officer, Sports Wagering Integrity Monitoring Association George...

  • Christopher Hebert


    Director, Gaming Division

    Louisiana Department of Justice/Attorney General's Office

    CHRISTOPHER B. HEBERT, an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Louisiana for 15 years, is the Director of the Gaming Division. Prior to being...

  • Jay McDaniel


    Deputy Director

    Mississippi Gaming Commission

    Jay McDaniel has worked in the gaming industry for over 12 years. After graduating with a BS in Accounting from Mississippi State University, he...

  • Sandra Douglass Morgan



    Nevada Gaming Control Board

    Sandra Douglass Morgan serves as Chair and Executive Director of the Nevada Gaming Control Board where she is responsible for the Board's daily...

  • David Rebuck



    New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement

    David L. Rebuck Director New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement David L. Rebuck was named by Governor Chris Christie in April 2011 to be Director...

Program Type

  1. Program Type
    Interactive Panel Discussion


  1. Track
    IAGA Best Practices Institute