U.S. World Cup win was ‘customer-friendly outcome’ for sports betting: Analyst

U. S. World cup win was ‘customer-friendly outcome’ for sports betting: analyst

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Chad Beynon, Macquarie Group Senior Analyst in Gaming, Lodging and Leisure, sits down with Yahoo Finance Live anchors Dave Briggs and Jared Blikre to talk about sports betting trends during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, comparisons to other sports, and DraftKings’ new inclusion of horse-race betting.

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