Tag Archives: Daniel Wallach

Hard Rock and Kindred confirmed for inaugural Betting on Sports America

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Hard Rock International, Kindred Group, Missouri Lottery, Mississippi Gaming Commission, Foxwoods, Webis Holdings and the National Council on Problem Gambling are just some of the key organisations to be represented across seven conference tracks at next year’s inaugural Betting on Sports America (23-25 April 2019). Super Early Bird tickets are now available for #bosamerica, which is set to become the …

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Higher Learning… UNH Law & Sportradar deliver first ‘Sports Wagering & Integrity’ certificate

The liberalisation of the US sports betting market has seen the University of New Hampshire School of Law (UNH Law) partner with global sports data, insights and software provider Sportradar, to offer the first-ever professional certificate in sports wagering and integrity. Updating the market, Sportradar will assist UNH Law in developing its multifaceted law program covering sports betting and integrity …

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Experts call for thought-out approach to sports betting regulation in the US

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Jake Williams, head of legal for the US at Sportradar, said that alignment with the major US sports leagues was a good idea for sports betting stakeholders, but stopped short of taking sides in a hot debate over the presence or absence of an integrity fee and official data. Speaking at last month’s Betting on Sports conference, Williams defended the …

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Gaming and Sports Attorney Daniel Wallach: Embracing a legal sports betting environment in the U.S. at #boscon2017

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Betting on Sports 2017 (12-15 September) will debate the changing sports betting landscape in the U.S., just a few months after the Supreme Court agreed to hear New Jersey’s challenge against PASPA. We spoke to panellist Daniel Wallach, a Gaming and Sports Attorney at Becker & Poliakoff, about what he’s looking forward to at #boscon2017, why it’s important for him …

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UK launch makes trouble for DraftKings at home

Last week saw the long delayed launch of DraftKings in the UK, and whilst this opens up a potentially lucrative new revenue stream it may create more problems for the company and other DFS operators on home turf in the USA. The argument has been raging for some time now, are the likes of FanDuel and DraftKings truly games of skill or, as many state prosecutors …

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