LAST CHANCE: Register for ‘U.S. Publishing – Navigating the Fog!’

Dear Cliff

This is your last reminder to register for tomorrow’s free webinar when the series continues with U.S. Publishing – Navigating the Fog, an in-depth examination of how foreign and domestic sports publishers are handling the complexities of the liberalised U.S. sports betting market.

Among the topics under scrutiny will be registration for publishers working in the emerging U.S. betting industry, the current fragmented regulatory framework and the possibility of a standardised multi-state code.

Experts from Group, Better Collective and Digital Fuel will join SBC to offer their insights on some of the key issues and to evaluate whether this rapidly-evolving market has asked the right questions about the governance of affiliates, marketers and publishers.
The specially selected panel comprises:
Gerry Ahern

Gerry Ahern

Director of NA Content Group

Adam Small

Adam Small


Better Collective

Toby Oddy

Toby Oddy

Founder – CEO

Digital Fuel

Adam Small said: “I’m happy to be representing Better Collective in this important SBC webinar on U.S. publishing. SBC puts on the best industry events, and I’m always proud to be part of them.”

Andrew McCarron, Managing Director of SBC, said: “A deep dive into the complexities of U.S. publishing and wagering is a strong start to our 2020 webinar agenda. Ahead of ICE and April’s second edition of Betting on Sports America, this vital content and discussion is not to be missed.”

Sports Betting Community Ltd, Riverbank House, 1 Putney Bridge Approach, Putney, London SW6 3JD, United Kingdom

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