Zona de Azar USA – USA: Google, Hard Rock, GVC, Facebook, The Stars Group, William Hill in “Sports Betting”
USA.- October 09, 2019 www.zonadeazar.com November 5-6, New York will host the gatekeepers, stakeholders and decision makers which will determine the ultimate path of sports betting in the United States.
Sports Betting USA (November 5 & 6) is a who’s who in sports betting and media and will see 1,000 attendees gather for two days of networking, panel discussions and evening networking events.
Setting the agenda, attendees will hear from and ask questions to Senator Addabbo Jr. and Assemblyman Pretlow as they outline their view for the future of betting in New York. Following their insights, some of the biggest names in betting and gaming including MGM Resorts, William Hill, Hard Rock Casino and Penn National Gaming will too, be sharing their ideas in a series of panel discussions alongside major stake holders such as the NFL, NBA, MLB, MLS, PGA and NASCAR.
Sports Betting USA is has also brought a large selection of US media to attend and speak about the development of the market across America. Mass media giants NBC Sports, Bloomberg Intelligence, CBS Sports, ESPN Sports, and WarnerMedia join Digital media goliaths including Google, Facebook, Twitter and others as they discuss the new model of media partnerships to acquire market share in the US betting market.
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A select number of attendees at Sports Betting USA will come to New York a day early and attend The NYC Sports Betting Investor Summit (November 4), sponsored by Morgan Stanley. This one-day event focuses on financing sports betting’s expansion in the United States and is designed for CFOs, IROs, CEOs owners, founders and investors. With over 100+ investment firms expected in attendance, this event will kick-off the back-to-back New York event schedule.
These events are the first to bring the worlds of finance, media and sports betting, both digital and land-based, together for a dissection of key issues, opportunities, partnerships and threats to the evolution of the Sports Betting opportunity across America’s 50 states.