Law Enforcement Summit on Illegal Sports Betting: After-Action Report

Report | 09.21.2016
Law Enforcement Summit on Illegal Sports Betting: After-Action Report

Leading voices in law enforcement today issued five recommendations for addressing the $150 billion illegal sports betting market that funds dangerous criminal enterprises and threatens the integrity of sports. Among the recommendations from the American Gaming Association’s (AGA) Illegal Gambling Advisory Board is a call for Congress to repeal the federal ban on sports betting and replace it with rigorous regulation. The Board is led by chair Tim Murphy, former Deputy Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), who guided a first-ever Law Enforcement Summit on illegal sports betting in Washington, D.C. this summer.

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New research finds that a huge majority of illegal sports bettors would shift to a legal market if granted access.… https://t.co/xuzVOPAVDF

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