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Genius Sports Receives Temporary License to Offer Sports Betting in Louisiana

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Genius Sports Limited has announced that it has been certified by the State of Louisiana Gaming Control Board as Sports Wagering Service Provider for an initial six months. Genius Sports is currently awaiting its full license authorization.

With the addition of Louisiana, Genius Sports is now authorized to operate in 18 U.S. states, powering award-winning official data, streaming, and marketing solutions for leading sportsbooks and lotteries.

Online sports betting was authorized in Louisiana in June 2021. Certain of Louisiana’s retail sportsbooks are beginning to open and online sports wagering is likely set to launch in the coming weeks.

“We are honored that the Louisiana Gaming Control Board has awarded Genius Sports its temporary sports wagering service provider authorization to provide licensed sportsbooks with access to our groundbreaking NFL products and media solutions. As an increasing number of U.S. states legalize sports betting, Genius Sports welcomes the opportunity to work with states like Louisiana, on providing sports fans with official sports data-powered solutions,” Mark Locke, CEO of Genius Sports, said.

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Arizona Department of Gaming to Accept Applications for Event Wagering Licenses

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Arizona Department of Gaming to Accept Applications for Event Wagering Licenses

 

The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) is pleased to announce that it will begin accepting applications for event wagering licenses in July. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 5-1304 and A.A.C. R19-4-105 and 106, ADG will accept applications for no less than one event wagering license reserved for Arizona Tribes and no less than one event wagering license reserved for Arizona Sports Franchises, as defined in A.R.S. § 5-1301(7).

Prospective applicants are encouraged to review the provided materials on ADG’s website carefully to understand the application process and requirements.

The application window for event wagering licenses will open on July 8, 2024, and will close on July 19, 2024 at 5 PM. Applicants must submit their completed applications within this timeframe in order to be considered for a license. ADG will thoroughly evaluate all applications received based on the established criteria pursuant to the State’s event wagering rules and statutes.

Interested parties are encouraged to visit ADG’s website for detailed information on eligibility requirements, application procedures, and relevant timelines: LINK

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Atlantic Coast Conference Signs Comprehensive Partnership with Integrity Compliance 360

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The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and Integrity Compliance 360 (IC360), formerly U.S. Integrity and Odds On Compliance, have announced a comprehensive partnership. This partnership will provide each ACC member institution access to Integrity Compliance 360’s integrity monitoring technology and data insights. The proprietary integrity monitoring technology analyzes various data sets to identify irregular contest-level officiating and wagering patterns proactively. Many major collegiate conferences and professional sports organizations in the country also utilize this integrity monitoring service.

The agreement also gives each ACC member institution the option to opt in to receive Integrity Compliance 360’s educational services and access to its ProhiBet platform. ProhiBet is a comprehensive solution designed to prevent participation in prohibited sports wagering activities by student-athletes, coaches, and staff.

“The ACC’s partnership with Integrity Compliance 360 is extremely important as we continue our dedication to upholding the integrity and true spirit of college athletics. Through this collaboration, our member schools will have access to cutting-edge technology for monitoring and ensuring the fairest and safest environments for student-athletes nationwide,” said ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips, Ph.D.

“We are thrilled to be working with the Atlantic Coast Conference. Their commitment to upholding the integrity of their competitions is precisely what we look for in our partnerships. We look forward to further bolstering their safeguards by providing them with the best integrity monitoring solution in the world, in tandem with our customized Education deliverables and state of the art technology like ProhiBet. It’s through initiatives and collaborative efforts like these, that we will continue to ensure the fairest and safest environments for student-athletes across the country,” Matthew Holt, CEO & Co-Founder of IC360, said.

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MGCB Hosts College Sports Betting Panel Discussion on Rules, Regulations, and Compliance

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The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) recently convened a panel discussion focused on college sports betting regulations and compliance measures. The June 3 informative session offered insights into the intricacies of governing college sports betting, emphasizing the importance of maintaining integrity within the industry.

“The Michigan Gaming Control Board is dedicated to fostering a transparent and compliant gaming environment, particularly in the realm of college sports betting. By hosting this panel discussion and engaging with NCAA Division I collegiate officials involved with overseeing compliance, talking about ways in which we might be able to work together to prevent student-athletes from illegally gambling, we aim to uphold the highest standards of integrity and responsibility,” MGCB Executive Director Henry Williams said.

The panel consisted of seasoned experts in gaming and regulatory practices, including:

  • Dave Murley, Deputy Director of Online Gaming & Legal Affairs, MGCB
  • Mark Hicks, Managing Director of Enforcement, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
  • Richard Taylor, Director of Responsible Gaming, BetMGM
  • Dan Trolaro, Co-Managing Director of Education and Training Services, IC360
  • Patrick Walter, Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) – Detroit Office

Panelists shed light on key aspects of college sports betting, including rules, regulations, and compliance measures. Participants engaged in thoughtful dialogues aimed at enhancing understanding and ensuring adherence to established guidelines.

“Athletes are risk takers and are conditioned to know if they practice, they can get better, but the problem is that’s not how gambling works. Current K-12 educational curriculums include discussions about drugs, alcohol, and stranger danger but not about gambling, risk taking, and decision-making. We need to create curriculum about gambling so that we can empower our student-athletes and equip them with the tools they need to succeed in life after college,” Dan Trolaro, Co-Managing Director of Education and Training Services at IC360, said.

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