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First-Ever Sports Betting Forum to Be Held at TEAMS '18

The Forum, presented in conjunction with the Geneva-based Sport Integrity Global Alliance  (SIGA), will provide the sports-betting industry, including leagues, players' unions, rights holders, betting operators, as well as state regulatory authorities, law enforcement and destination representatives, a unique perspective on the effects of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision earlier this year to overturn the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), paving the way for legalized sports betting in all 50 states. The event will also address what needs to be done to ensure the highest standards on sports-betting integrity across the country. SIGA is the world's largest independent umbrella organization in the field of good governance and integrity in sport. Comprised of national and international sports bodies, governments and inter- governmental organizations, as well as sponsors, media, academia and other key stakeholders, SIGA is ushering the sporting industry into a new era, through the implementation of a set of universal standards on good governance, financial integrity, sports-betting integrity and youth development. SIGA's Universal Standards on Sports Betting Integrity provide an holistic approach and efficient solutions to prevent and combat against match-fixing, sports-betting fraud, illicit financial flows and criminal infiltration in sport. Committed to safeguarding the future of sport, SIGA is leading the way with the support of a growing range of public and private stakeholders, including governmental authorities, sports organizations, betting regulators, gaming operators, global business and civil society. "We are pleased to partner with SIGA as we launch the Sports Betting Forum and continue our commitment to unique, innovative educational content available exclusively at the TEAMS Conference & Expo ," said Timothy Schneider, founder and chairman of the Sports Division of Northstar Travel Group . "The issues related to the expansion of legalized sports gambling have ramifications for both event-rights holders and event hosts, and those issues will receive the attention they deserve at TEAMS '18 in Louisville." "For U.S. sport and the U.S. betting industry the challenges ahead are simply enormous, and they better be well prepared for them.

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