Professor Kathryn Rand interviewed on Bloomberg Business and iHeart Radio’s “Crash Course” podcast
Kathryn Rand, Floyd B. Sperry Professor of Law and co-director of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy was recently interviewed by Bloomberg Opinion senior executive editor, Tim O’Brien on his iHeart Radio podcast, Crash Course.
Part 3: Tribal Casinos vs. Digital Sports Gambling
Native Americans now run about half of the national gambling market – or about $40 billion in casino revenue – but the threat the digital boom poses to Native American tribes is often overlooked. The Mashantucket Pequot tribe has overcome a daunting history: genocide, expropriation, financial crises, and public health threats to find themselves now contending with digital upheaval. Can they survive this latest threat?
This is the third of three episodes about the past, present, and future of the multi-billion-dollar sports betting boom, and its impact on games, fans, and society. The series will take you from Chicago to London to the tribal lands of Connecticut to learn more about the rise of mobile betting and match fixing, and the future of tribal casinos.