With the legalization of sports betting on the horizon across the US there is going to be a huge opportunity for sports betting companies and sports bars to work together. Andrew Jaffee, CEO at The Rail Media, joins Rob Cressy to talk about what a potential relationship between sports bar operators and sports betting companies could look like. Even though it seems like a perfect marriage, what do sports bar operators need to be enticed with to make this happen? Why is a turnkey solution that includes social media support so important? How can sports betting attract new customers for the sports bars as well as the sports betting companies? What are the biggest challenges both sides face in making this relationship work?


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