Hensel Grad PC teams up with USAbility

March 8, 2022

Both will assist online gaming companies seeking to enter the US market as more states go live.

Hensel Grad PC has partnered with USAbility to provide advisory services for iGaming and sports betting companies. The US-based gaming law advisory consultancy and the European regulatory compliance company will pool their resources to aid online gaming companies that are looking to enter the US market.

“This is a clear example of the sum being greater than the parts,” said Susan Hensel, Co-Founder and Partner of Hensel Grad. “By integrating our services with an award-winning technical compliance provider, we provide an efficient, one-stop, on-ramp for companies interested in establishing a US presence or growing an existing business into additional jurisdictions.”

The US iGaming market has seen substantial growth since 2018, when the Supreme Court overturned the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. Online sports wagering currently is available in nearly half of the states. Demand is expected to increase as more states launch sports wagering later this year.

USAbility Digital Co-Founder Avi Howard said: “We are very excited about the alliance with Hensel Grad. USAbility is a very unique business in the gambling industry, providing the broadest range of services and expertise for businesses in the North American Online Gambling market. Our ever growing portfolio of clients entering into or expanding within the region benefit from our technical, product, compliance and delivery advisory.

“Considering their strong US regulatory background, working together with Susan, Joe, and their team will complete our offering by providing hands-on legal, compliance and regulatory relations support and advisory services. We are confident that this partnership will create an unparalleled suite of services in the marketplace.”


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