Matt Drew, EVP Business Development and Former Director of Integrity & Security at Perform- Episode 64
Published 17 April 2018 By: Sean Cottrell
In this podcast Matt Drew, Executive Vice President Business Development and Former Director of Integrity & Security at Perform talks about his views on the future of the sports betting market and associated legal and regulated landscape in United States of America.
This is ahead of the upcoming decision of the Supreme Court ruling on the New Jersey sports betting case.
In this podcast Matt discuss issues around rights to data, media and betting distribution methods, integrity operations, how a future sports betting market in the US has an opportunity to develop an effective regulatory and licensing system.
If you are interested in sports media, sports betting, integrity in sport and particularly match-fixing then this will be of interest to you.
The host is Sean Cottrell, founder and CEO of LawInSport.
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