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Rolling Good Times
AGA President Geoff Freeman to discuss sports betting at iGaming Executive Conference25 April 2016 (PRESS RELEASE) -- American Gaming Association (AGA) President a
AGA President Geoff Freeman to discuss sports betting at iGaming Executive Conference
Rolling Good Times / Posted 9 days ago
25 April 2016 (PRESS RELEASE) -- American Gaming Association (AGA) President and CEO, Geoff Freeman, will present the AGA's campaign that seeks a new approach to... Read more
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NJ.com
No legal sports betting in N.J.? Casinos push for national lawto wager on sports remains in limbo, the industry's trade association is pushin
No legal sports betting in N.J.? Casinos push for national law
NJ.com / Posted 13 days ago
to wager on sports remains in limbo, the industry's trade association is pushing to legalize such betting nationwide. The American Gaming Association, whose members include Caesars Entertainment and Borgata owners Boyd Gaming and MGM Resorts... Read more
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TribLIVE
Expansion of sports betting moves from ‘what if’ to ‘when’to 'when' | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Expansion of sports betting moves from 'wh
Expansion of sports betting moves from ‘what if’ to ‘when’
TribLIVE / Posted 23 days ago
to 'when' | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Expansion of sports betting moves from 'what if' to 'when' President and CEO of the American Gaming Association (AGA) Geoff Freeman (L) and Oxford Economics Head of Consultancy Hamilton Galloway attend the... Read more
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Casino City Times
New bill to prohibit Internet gambling, including where already legalhave legalized forms of in-state Web gaming, and 10 other states are considerin
New bill to prohibit Internet gambling, including where already legal
Casino City Times / Posted 25 days ago
have legalized forms of in-state Web gaming, and 10 other states are considering the same. The issue also has split the American Gaming Association and provoked a backlash from attorneys general in 16 states focused on worries about crime and... Read more
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TribLIVE
Lobbying group stops at Rivers Casino to discuss gambling expansionthat in the next three to five years, we're going to see legalized sports betti
Lobbying group stops at Rivers Casino to discuss gambling expansion
TribLIVE / Posted 29 days ago
that in the next three to five years, we're going to see legalized sports betting,” Geoff Freeman, president and CEO of the American Gaming Association, said during a panel discussion at Rivers Casino on the North Shore. Freeman visited Pittsburgh... Read more
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Fortune
Here's How Many Bets Will Be Placed By the Final Fouryour bets were looking good. But today, you are crying on your office table ove
Here's How Many Bets Will Be Placed By the Final Four
Fortune / Posted 1 months ago
your bets were looking good. But today, you are crying on your office table over wasted wagers—and you’re not alone. The American Gaming Association estimates that around $9.2 billion worth of bets are expected to be made by the end of this... Read more
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Market Watch
DraftKings, FanDuel to suspend involvement in college sportsoffering these contests pending resolution on the issue within state legislatur
DraftKings, FanDuel to suspend involvement in college sports
Market Watch / Posted 1 months ago
offering these contests pending resolution on the issue within state legislatures,” FanDuel said. In mid-March, the American Gaming Association estimated that Americans would bet about $9.2 billion this year on March Madness through various... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
March Madness betting rises to $9.2B, and it's taxableexpected to be bet through office pools, Nevada sports books, illicit offshore
March Madness betting rises to $9.2B, and it's taxable
Detroit Free Press / Posted 1 months ago
expected to be bet through office pools, Nevada sports books, illicit offshore sites and illegal bookies, according to the American Gaming Association. That's up from $9 billion last year. The gaming association said 40 million people fill out... Read more

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