Learn about the implications of SPACs in the U.S. sports betting industry

Next up in the Betting on Sports America webinar series, SBC will be joined by Truist Securities for ‘Use of SPACs in Sports Betting….

Join SBC and Truist Securities for ‘Use of SPACs in Sports Betting Industry‘, on Thursday November 19 at11:30am PT/2:30pm ET, as part of the Betting on Sports America webinar series.

A number of recent deals in the U.S. Sports Betting landscape have leveraged the use of SPACs (Special Purpose Acquisition Companies) is a clear sign of the growth potential that lies within the U.S. market.

This webinar will look at the long and short term implications for the industry. As more global companies look to the U.S. for IPOs and market entry, what level will the market cap out at and when can we expect that to happen?

Join leaders from the banking and investment industry and insiders from across the spectrum to discuss these topics and more.

You can register for the free webinar by clicking here or the button below below.

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The expert panel will be moderated by Joel Simkins, Managing Director at Truist Securities and features:
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Christian Goode

CEO

IG Acquisition

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Matt Davey

President & CEO

Tekkorp Capital LLC

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Gavin Isaacs

Director

DraftKings Inc.

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Niccolo de Masi
Chief Executive Officer
dMY Technology
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