Several top U.S. gaming regulators have said advancements in technology and strong integrity plans will be required before they start permitting riskier bet types, such as a deeper line-up of in-play wagering options and more obscure sporting events.
“We do say we have incorporated in-play wagering, but it’s nothing near as specific and granular as what’s been going on in Europe for quite some time,” said Sandra Douglass Morgan, chair of the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
“I don’t think the technology has been tested enough to make sure that we can address some of the potential integrity concerns at play if it’s fully developed.”
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