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World Sports Advocate
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Volume: 16 Issue: 8
(August 2018)

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q& laila mintas deputy-president sportradar us long-awaited us supreme court judgment murphy national collegiate athletic association (‘nca (formerly christie ncaa may

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Q&A: Laila Mintas, Deputy-President at Sportradar US

The long-awaited US Supreme Court judgment in Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association (‘NCAA’) (formerly Christie v. NCAA) in May 2018 paved the way for states to legislate for legal sports betting in the US, as such legislation was previously prohibited by the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act 1992 (‘PASPA’). World Sports Advocate spoke to Laila Mintas, Deputy-President at Sportradar US, on the impact of the ruling for the sports and betting industries in the US.

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