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Bo Bernhard and Brett Abarbanel
Presentation: Bo Bernhard and Brett Abarbanel
Bo Bernhard and Brett Abarbanel (both International Gaming Institute) recently spoke at the winter meeting of the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States. The council brings together gaming legislators from across the United States to discuss the most pressing issues impacting states and their gambling industries. Bernhard presented his research on how gaming jurisdictions around the world maximize economic benefits and minimize social costs within their communities. Abarbanel discussed the rise of convenience/cashless payments and their implications for operators on responsible gambling behaviors. The conference took place in Miami earlier this month.
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