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The Potential Impact of a PASPA Repeal on the US Sports Betting Landscape

On Wednesday, May 2nd, 9am PST 5pm BST, we invite you to join IAGA and UNLV in association with Casino International for a free webinar focusing on critical issues facing the global gaming industry.

There has already been substantial discussion on the various approaches to the predicted legalisation of sports wagering across the United States, our webinar will focus on ‘The Practical Side to Sports Betting’.
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