TV Networks Should Embrace Legalized Sports Betting Says AGA

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September 16, 2016 – Nevada’s powerful American Gaming Association (AGA) says that cable television networks should now embrace legal forms of sports betting, citing a Nielsen survey whereby adults who placed a bet on the NFL watched 19 more games last season than adults who did not place wagers.  Those who placed bets watched 50 percent of all NFL regular season game minutes.

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The debate over legalized sports betting in the US has come to the fore in recent years, spurred on by a 2014 viral op-ed in the New York Times by NBA commissioner Adam Silver, who supports it.

“The thought in passing PASPA in 1992 was that if we ban sports betting, we protect the integrity of the game,” says AGA president Geoff Freeman. “What we now know is that we have access to more data than ever before that can help us detect the bad behavior… and the public attitude toward gaming has improved. I’ve never been more confident that PASPA will be repealed and states will be empowered to regulate sports betting if they so choose.”

90 percent of Americans feel a positive attitude towards the gaming industry, according to Freeman.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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