A betting podcast about the business side of the betting, wagering and investing world.
Episode 150 - Mark Sampieri
Mark is a bookmaker who started in the industry in 1980 and has been bookmaking ever since. We discuss the history of bookmaking and how it has transitioned to online and mobile.
Episode 149 - Mark Thomas
Mark is the Co-Founder and CEO of Zensports. We discuss the app and entry in Nevada as well as the future of betting in this space.
Episode 148 - Fintan Costello
Fintan is the CEO of Bonus Finder and joins the podcast to talk digital marketing, brand, affiliates and providing value to the betting consumers.
- Betting operator marketing
- Revenue share model for gambling affiliates
- Adding value or misalignment between affiliates and bettors
Website - https://www.bonusfinder.com/
Episode 147 - Dan Shan
- Creating your own price vs relying on market price
- Manual adjustment based on qualitative factors
- CLV and it's place
Episode 146 - Harry Crane
Harry is a Statistics professor who shares his thoughts on gambling games, hidden risks, naive probabilism and other related topics.
Episode 145 - Richard Schuetz
Richard is a gaming executive, consultant and academic with almost 50 years in the gaming industry. We discuss his journey and he shares advice for those considering entering the field.
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A great advocate for the greatest sport
Thank you for your efforts. Maybe consider hiring Mitch McConnell as a lobbyist. He’ll be looking for work shortly.
All the best.
Fascinating guests with high-quality content. No unnecessary or unrelated tangents, which I think is a major turn-off on other podcasts. Jake jumps right into the content, asks thought-provoking questions, and most importantly, lets his guests speak and elaborate in full without cutting in. (Sometimes I forget he is there!) I feel like I learned something from every episode I’ve listened to. Really thankful to have found this!
I love the global scope of this podcast. It’s offering of guests is one of the most internationally diverse in any business sector. I learn something every time I listen.