ational Hockey League (NHL) Commissioner Gary Bettman will kick off the Sports Betting Symposium (SBS) program on October 16 at Global Gaming Expo (G2E) with a wide-ranging discussion on the convergence of sports and betting with industry leaders Joe Asher, CEO of William Hill US; Greg Carlin, co-founder and CEO of Rush Street Gaming; and Matt King, CEO of FanDuel.
In this session, “Executive Viewpoints: NHL Commissioner Bettman and Leading Gaming Executives Discuss New Business Partnerships,” to be held at 10:30 a.m. PT on the Special Events Stage, Bettman and leading gaming executives will share their viewpoints on the evolving sports-gaming relationship and the current and future value of new business partnerships.
“We are grateful for the opportunity to hear from Commissioner Bettman and leading industry executives during this momentous time for the sports and gaming industries,” said American Gaming Association President and CEO Bill Miller. “With so many new partnerships between leagues, teams and gaming entities, it will be invaluable to hear the insights of our converging industries represented on a single stage.”
G2E is the premier gathering of the global gaming industry presented by the AGA and organized by Reed Exhibitions. Now in its second year, the Sports Betting Symposium is slated to showcase an influential lineup of speakers including gaming operators, suppliers, leagues, teams, regulators, broadcasters, financial institutions and sports agencies. G2E’s SBS will bring together executives across the sports betting ecosystem to address the mutual interests of all stakeholders involved in the expansion of legalized, regulated sports betting in the U.S. View the complete SBS schedule on the website.
G2E will take place at the Las Vegas Sands Expo & Convention Center, with the Education activities running across Oct. 14-17, and the Expo Hall on Oct. 15-17.