Moot Court: Mobile or Not?

Moot Court: Mobile or Not?

October 14, 2019, 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM

TBD
Language:
English
Most international jurisdictions with legalized iGaming allow access on mobile devices. Many state legislatures in the US, however, are struggling with that decision. Operators in states which permit mobile say that up to 70% of their revenues come from those sources and this matches the global experience in many jurisdictions. However, age verification, cannibalization of terrestrial venues, problem gambling and other concerns persist. UNLV law students will present sides in a moot court exercise on whether a state should legalize mobile betting. A team of experts will serve as judges and question both sides of the debate.

Contributors

  • Skylar Arakawa-Phampilon

    Speaker

    Law Student

    UNLV

  • Jerrel Berrios

    Speaker

    Law Student

    UNLV

  • Gregory Cloward

    Speaker

    President of Gaming Law

    UNLV

  • Christian Ogata

    Speaker

    Law Student

    UNLV

Program Type

  1. Program Type
    Presentation

Categories

  1. Track
    iGaming Congress

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