Listen: Ryan Rosenberg, Mike Hamrick, Ncaa discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"A clerk bidding window Moore were made on mobile phone with just a tap in a sway in some of those deaths were made on games as they were being played system. Aided that March madness generated ten billion dollars in gambling last year. Yes, ten billion virtually all of it through illegal bookies are offshore websites. You have an event like the NCAA tournament one of the most wagered upon sports event of the year. You got to think more money it's going to be wagered this year than ever before the amount that we can measure will certainly be be much. Larger Ryan Rosenberg is a law. Professor at Florida state with a specialty in sports gambling make like a bookmaker set a line by the end of the year. How many states have some form of legalized sports gambling by the end of the year? They'll be fifteen states that have some form of sports betting in probably a dozen more that has passed a law, but just haven't put it into effect yet. So by two thousand twenty more than half, the states will have some form of legal. Sports game. Yes. Legalized gambling spreads across the country, Rosenberg says, unpaid college athletes or right carpets for unscrupulous betters. This is a typical situation in terms of bribing someone to shave some points. You just don't see that the high level professional level, but the one area where you do see it. And there's countless examples is in college sports, particularly college basketball. There's people that will do what they need to do to make a buck at the expense. Eighteen or nineteen year old kid. Mike Hamrick is Atlantic."