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Brendan Bussmann quoted in Husker Extra

Driving for 6: Osborne says gamblers used to accost him; NU’s light attrition (so far); O’Brien’s plan

by Steven M. Sipple

Tom Osbourne’s opinions on the subject of sports gambling are well known.  He’s against it.  He thinks it has negative societal consequences, and that those consequences outweigh any economic benefits a state may incur.

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Brendan Bussmann quoted on Detroit Today on WDET

Will Michigan Legalize Sports Betting and What Would it Mean for the Economy?

This week, the U.S. Supreme Court opened the door for legal sports betting across the country.  In a 6-3 vote, the justices struck down a 1992 Federal law that banned sports gambling in most states.

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John English quoted in Asia Gaming Brief Magazine

Asian players drive shift in content demand

Asian sports books are adding more content in response to demand from local gamers, with betting on smaller, local sports now growing at a faster pace than punting on the European big leagues, experts say.

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Andrew Klebanow interviewed on CalvinAyre.com

G2E Asia 2018 day 2 recap

Thousands of people continue to arrive at the second day of the Global Gaming Expo 2018 at the Venetian Macau to learn more about the future of gaming and to take advantage of the networking innovation set within the space

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Shaun McCamley quoted in Casino Review Magazine

Casino expansion on the cards for Myanmar?

Myanmar’s Ministry of Home Affairs is looking to amend the country’s gambling law to allow the casino industry to open up, however Shaun McCamley, a partner at Global Market Advisors, suggests that the new legislation could still be a way off.

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Article authored by Andrew Klebanow published in Indian Gaming Magazine

If PASPA is Repealed, Then What?

by Andrew Klebanow

Much has been written about the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) and its possible repeal.  To summarize, there are three possible outcomes.  The first is that the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) rules PASPA is unconstitutional.  In that case, it will be up to the individual states to decide whether to allow sports betting and the various forms it might take.  The second scenario is that SCOTUS lets PASPA stand in its current form.  In this scenario it would be up to Congress to decide if it wants to repeal or amend PASPA.  Given the current political climate in Washington D.C., passage of such a bill might take some time.  The third scenario is that SCOTUS takes a completely different route, either issuing a partial repeal or potentially invalidating the four state exemption that currently exists.

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Shaun McCamley quoted in Casino Review magazine

US government report highlights proxy betting as AML loophole

A recent report by the US government identified the continued tolerance for proxy betting as an issue in the Philippines’ anti-money laundering infrastructure.

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Article authored by Andrew Klebanow published in Global Gaming Business Magazine

The Quiet Casino Boomtown

by Andrew Klebanow

As the gaming industry’s collective attention is focused on what casino development might look like in Japan, a small seaside resort town on the coast of Cambodia is quietly emerging as the world’s fastest-growing gaming jurisdiction.  The town is called Sihanoukville.

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G2E Asia Awards: Meet the Judges – Steve Gallaway

Steve Gallaway is Managing Partner at Global Market Advisors. His areas of expertise include gaming market assessments, hotel and casino feasibility studies, operational reviews and marketing analysis.

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