Editors

David G. Schwartz

Document Type

Occasional Paper

Publication Date

11-2011

Publication Title

Center for Gaming Research Occasional Paper Series: Paper 12

Publisher Location

Las Vegas, Nevada

First page number:

1

Last page number:

16

Abstract

Over time, the US sports gaming industry has progressed dramatically beyond what the US anti-gaming law drafters envisioned. The result is a system of mostly antiquated laws controlling modern industry causing confusion across the board. This discussion, therefore, intends to shed light on the US sports gaming legal framework, including analysis of the preeminent US laws that regulate the sports gaming industry and a brief review of various sports gaming businesses that fall within the US legal rubric.

Keywords

Gambling – Law and legislation; Gaming; Internet gambling; Internet gaming; Sports betting – Law and legislation; United States

Disciplines

Gaming and Casino Operations Management | Gaming Law | Sports Studies

Language

English


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