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Interview With PlayBalto.com Co-Founder Spencer Cassidy (Podcast)

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/18/2019

Gambling911.com was pleased this week to sit down with PlayBalto.com co-founder Spencer Cassidy.  The company looks to dominate in the sports survivor pool space with backings from top investors the likes of Sportradar and Y Combinator.  Also backing the platform, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana, whose son Nick is also a co-founder in PlayBalto.com. 

Spencer talks everything from PlayBalto.com's grand plans heading into the new NFL season and beyond, the company's desire to launch peer-to-peer betting in states where sports gambling is now legal or about to become legal, and he offers some predictions for the upcoming season, which teams he thinks will surprise in 2019 and which teams are likely to disappoint.

Listen to our podcast below and be sure to check out PlayBalto.com here.

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