Ryan Rodenberg

Ryan Rodenberg is an expert on sports law analytics that works as a professor at Florida State University. He is also a researcher and a writer.

From ‘Irreparable Harm’ to Moneymaker: A Brief History of NCAA Sports Betting Policy

Earlier this month, NCAA member institution The University of Colorado announced a five-year agreement with PointsBet, a sports betting operator with soon-to-be headquarters in Denver. “We’re thrilled to have PointsBet as a partner and for the benefits this sponsorship will provide for our student-athletes for years to come,” said Colorado athletics director Rick George in […] Read More
Posted on: September 21, 2020 | Opinion Sports Betting | Ryan Rodenberg
Pie eating bet fines

UK Levies Fine In Pie-Eating And Streaker Case, Sheds Light On ‘Novelty Bets’ Issue In US

The UK Gambling Commission took action after a sportsbook allowed bets on whether a soccer match would feature a nude streaker or a backup goalie eating a pie.   “The Commission’s investigations revealed that Tabcorp UK Limited, trading as Sunbets, failed to properly manage the risks associated with offering ‘novelty’ bets,” wrote the British gambling […] Read More
Posted on: April 17, 2018 | Regulation Sports Betting | Ryan Rodenberg
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