Industry corporate events organizer Clarion Gaming has announced the launch of its first ever ‘Sports Betting USA’ conference which will take place this November 14-15 2017 at the Convene in New York City.
This two-day conference will discuss the legislative path to the repeal of PASPA; demystify misconceptions around sports integrity; outline data monetization strategies, fan engagement opportunities and new revenue streams for the rights holders, and present routes to a regulated market for the operators wishing to add this vertical to their offer – all of it positioned at the intersection of sports and gaming.
Clarion occupies a unique position in the sector, providing the full range of services to the entire spectrum of the global industry including exhibitions, conferences, technical training, research and digital information. Their products include the world’s largest gaming technology exhibition, are delivered globally and attract more than 30,000 participants annually in locations spanning every continent. Their New York conference will further detail opinion in how a legalized US market may take form, in terms of regulation and commercial opportunities.
Further discussion will center on US sports consumption, market particulars and misconceptions and identifying revenue streams and stakeholder values, all of it via a whole offer of practical strategies, business networking and expert speakers.
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The agenda for the Sports Betting USA conference has been drafted by Ewa Bakun, Head of Content for Clarion Gaming, who praises on the events ambitions:
“I have been monitoring the evolution of the sports betting discussion in the USA for the last two years waiting for the right moment to offer this conference to the market”, she details in the event’s website. “As this issue has now become a mainstream one, largely due to the effort by the American Gaming Association and the shifting positions of the sports leagues, and as we’re starting to see operators invest to prepare for regulated sports betting through products that are legally viable now, I think our November event will see top level participation from both the sports sector and the gaming industry.”
Sports Betting USA has been also intended as a meeting and educational platform for the sports leagues, team owners and TV networks to learn how regulated sports betting could help their plummeting viewership numbers and to address the concerns around sports integrity.
The event will also bring together gaming operators including land-based casinos, tribes, licensed sports books, both online and land-based from Nevada and European markets, DFS operators, lawmakers, regulators and suppliers to discuss the route to legalization and paths to market, including provisional strategies to create a footprint with sports driven customers now.
For further information on how to register your interest in attending or sponsoring the event, please visit: www.SportsBettingUSAConference.com.