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Jonah Sigel of YYZ Sports Media stepped outside a conference ballroom to speak about his exclusive report very early Thursday morning that Sportsnet is phasing out its SNBets brand. Two Canadian country managers, Amanda Brewer of Kindred Group and Betano’s Kris Abbott, along with Mark Silver and Mike Day from Parleh Media Group, also passed along their thoughts on the work in progress that is making sports betting content accessible, understandable and entertaining for sports fans.
John Pappas, the senior VP of government and public affairs for Vancouver-based GeoComply, then joined us for a conversation on the company’s protection of Ontario sportsbook operators from proxy betting and cyberattacks, especially during the week leading up to Super Bowl LVII. And last but not least, NorthStar Gaming CEO and founding father Michael Moskowitz provided more insight into its expanded partnership with global online gaming software provider Playtech, announced at the start of the week.
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