Professor Kathryn Rand moderates panel discussion on Innovative Approaches to Mobile Sports Betting in Tribal-State Compacts
On Monday, October 18, the Indian Nations Gaming & Governance Program at William S. Boyd School of Law, in proud partnership with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, hosted session two of a live webinar series on The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. This session explored Innovative Approaches to Mobile Sports Betting in Tribal-State Compacts. It also explored mobile sports betting and the different pathways tribes and states navigate and negotiate in this emerging area. UND Professor of Law, Kathryn Rand, moderated the discussion and also participated as a panelist. Panelists discussed examples of tribal-state compact conversations in several states, with a particular focus on Arizona and Florida. Panelists also discussed the history of tribes’ interactions with states and how those interactions shaped current compact negotiations.
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You can access a recording of the first webinar in the series, “The Enactment of Indian Gaming Regulatory Act” (IGRA) at: