Sportech Testifies At Public Hearing In Connecticut, Supporting Legalizing Sports Betting
Update from Sportech Venues:
Sportech was in the Connecticut capital of Hartford on February 26thto testify before the Connecticut Legislature’s Public Safety Committee in support of legislation that would permit regulated sports betting through Connecticut’s current licensed betting operators, including Sportech.
Sportech Executive Chairman Richard McGuire, Sportech Venues, Inc. President Ted Taylor, and Sportech Chief Legal Officer Rich Pingel testified that Sportech has been delivering responsible betting entertainment in Connecticut for 25 years and has invested heavily in its Connecticut operations.
They asserted that sports betting is a logical and reasonable extension of services it already delivers through its 16 betting venues and via online and mobile betting operations.
They emphasized Sportech’s continued commitment to the State of Connecticut, its residents, and the 400 employees of Sportech who call Connecticut home, and reaffirmed that Sportech is regulated and ready to partner with the State to deliver responsible sports betting to consumers and new tax revenues to the state.
For more information about Sportech’s position on sports betting in Connecticut visit their information website.