American Gaming Association Holds a Summit in Time for March Madness

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The American Gaming Association (AGA) is set to deliberate on the legalities of sports betting in recognition of the widely popular March Madness tournament. The organization will meet in what is dubbed the Sports Betting Executive Summit. That is where the legal status of sports gambling will be discussed. The who’s who of the sports betting industry have all been invited to weigh in. Most notable invitee to the summit is CEO of fantasy sports provider DraftKings, Jason Robins. Read on to find out more on what will be discussed.  Discover whether or not we might just get the green light to wager on sports games online.

American Gaming Association SummitThe Highlights of the Summit

The summit will see all the great minds involved in and around sports gambling in America descend to Maryland’s MGM National Harbor for a two-day talk. Some of the speakers that have been reported to deliberate on the legalities concerning sports betting include Gary Bettman. He is the National Hockey League Commissioner. Bettman and stakeholders with a vested interest in seeing a bill passed will be present. This includes CEO of William Hill, Joe Asher, CEO of Monumental Sports & Entertainment Ted Leonsis, and Lou Jacobs, the co-CEO of Delaware North just to mention a few. On the agenda of the summit is everything that concerns sports betting. From the betting market to the technology, the betting consumer, and the future of payment methods.

Sports Betting in America

It should be noted that a lot of ground has been covered in a short space of time since the Supreme Court repealed the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA). Since then, a lot of states have moved to make online sports gambling legal. Some states have already begun holding discussions over its impact. The timing of the summit couldn’t be any better, with March Madness tournament on the horizon the American Gaming Association recognizes the potential revenue from this event. American players can keep up with the news surrounding the legal status of sports gambling right here at