December 6th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

Seven in ten Americans would more likely watch sport if they were able to bet on the games, according to a recent poll in the US. The Seton Hall Sports Poll – conducted at Seton Hall University in New Jersey and sponsored by the Sharkey Institute of the Stillman School of Business – found that 88 per cent of the demographic aged 18 to 29 would find sport more attractive if they could place a wager. Despite an apparently high interest in sports betting, the survey also discovered that 61 per cent were still concerned that betting would lead to greater bouts of cheating and match-fixing. -Steven Impey, Sports Media. Read More.

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