CGS’ Safe Bet Show to host NHLAA’s Glenn Healy

CGS’ Safe Bet Show to host NHLAA’s Glenn Healy

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CGS’ Safe Bet Show to host NHLAA’s Glenn Healy

Glenn Healy will be participating in the upcoming Canadian Gaming Summit’s Safe Bet Show.

The latest installment of the Safe Bet Show will feature the NHLAA’s Glenn Healy, who will be joining the podcast’s esteemed host, Martin Lycka, to talk about various user protection topics. The podcast will be carried out throughout the summit’s Player Protection Symposium, which will be an exclusive event with limited availability on the conference’s first day.

The esteemed podcast was first introduced a couple of years ago and has since been an integral part of several of SBC’s top conferences. Hosted by Entain’s American SVP of Responsible Gambling, Martin Lycka, it covers many responsible gambling and user protection topics with special guests who are well-versed in the area.

Healy started his NHL career back in 1985 when he started playing with the Los Angeles Kings. Throughout the next one and a half decades, he played at four separate teams in California, New York, and Ontario, before concluding his playing career a year after the turn of the millennium.

Following this, Healy was appointed as the NHL Players’ Association’s Player Affairs Director, which is a position he held for eight years. Healy then starred in numerous television networks as an NHL commentator, during which he introduced a unique game analysis segment called the “Loch Ness Monster” at TSN.

Check out our coverage of the event’s tracks, such as “Payments and Compliance” and “Leadership and Growth”, to learn more about it. Be sure to register for the Player Protection Symposium, in addition to purchasing a pass to the main conference, to experience the podcast in person, as there are limited seats available for the exclusive event.

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