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Brendan Bussmann quoted in Global Gaming Business

WEEKLY FEATURE: Will Latest Snafu Undo Greek IR?

by Marjorie Preston

It’s one more delay for the €8 billion (US$8.86 billion) integrated resort project planned for the former Hellenikon International Airport in Athens, Greece.  Incomplete paperwork on the part of a license bidder apparently caused another holdup in the selection of an operator.  According to reports, the latest snafu could stall the project for another six months, or even derail the plan completely.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted on UsBets.com

After Fast Start in the U.S., How Far Can Kambi Go?

by Gary Rotstein

As legalized sports betting proliferates across the U.S. landscape, a European-based company the public will rarely if ever hear about is originating the odds for many of those first legal bets.

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Brendan Bussmann’s article published in Global Gaming Business Magazine

10 Trends in 2020: Rising Sun

by Brendan Bussmann

Like the cherry blossoms in the spring in Japan, integrated resort developments will begin to emerge into full bloom starting in January 2020. The coming year will see significant progress at the central government level that will then launch the RFP process at the prefecture level.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted in The Straits Times

Hokkaido quits race to host one of Japan’s first three IRs

by Walter Sim

Hokkaido has withdrawn from the stiff race to host of the Japan’s first three integrated resorts (IRs), becoming the first prefecture that had previously cited interest to pull out.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted in Las Vegas Review Journal

William Hill buying sportsbook assets of CG Technology

by Bailey Schulz

United Kingdom-based sports betting company William Hill has agreed to purchase the sportsbook assets of Las Vegas-based CG Technology.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted in the Las Vegas Review Journal

Deal to buy CG Technology sportsbooks may signal more consolidation

by Bailey Schultz

William Hill’s plans to acquire CG Technology’s sportsbook assets are just the beginning of a major consolidation in the expanding sports betting world, experts say.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted on SportsHandle.com

Florida Bill Would Allow Mobile Sports Betting With Lottery In Charge

by Jill R. Dorson

Florida lawmakers are gearing up to give sports betting another go in 2020.  On Monday morning, Republican Senator Jeff Brandes filed a trio of bills, SB 968, SB 970 and SB 972 that appear to allow for state-wide mobile sports betting run by the Florida Lottery.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted in CDC Gaming Reports

Off-the-board: California sports betting proposal won’t allow wagers on in-state schools

by Howard Stutz

New Jersey doesn’t allow its sports books to accept wagers on games involving Rutgers, Seton Hall, Princeton or any of the state’s other colleges or universities.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted in the Las Vegas Review Journal

Tribes push initiative to legalize sports betting in California

by Bailey Schulz

A coalition of Native American tribes has proposed an initiative for the 202 ballot that would legalize sports betting in select properties in California, a potential boost for Nevada’s gaming industry, according to experts.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted in CDC Gaming Reports

Analysts say lack of mobile could hinder California sports betting push, but tribes disagree

by Howard Stutz

It’s a near certainty that Californians will get to vote next year on legalizing sports betting in the Golden State, which could be worth anywhere from $1.2 billion to $2.5 billion in annual gaming revenues, depending on which market study you’re reading.

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