Jeremy Elbaum, Vice President of Business Development, DraftKings
Jeremy Elbaum joined DraftKings in July 2014 as the Vice President of Business Development. In his role, Jeremy leads DraftKings’ sponsorship strategy, focusing on business development, partnership negotiations, premium initiatives and rights activations, among more.
Jeremy has over 10 years’ experience and a successful track record in developing and leading marketing and sponsorship campaign strategies, having worked with brands, agencies, athletes and rights holders in consumer and sports entertainment.
After five years as VP of Distribution at Traffix, Inc. and Epic Media Group, Jeremy followed his dream and co-founded the daily fantasy sports site, DraftStreet, in June 2009. As their Chief Marketing Officer, Jeremy helped to build cross-platform marketing strategies including online display, search, mobile, social and video.
After DraftStreet was acquired by DraftKings in the summer of 2014, Jeremy went on to lead business development operations. Since joining DraftKings, Jeremy has brought on instrumental partners for the company including MLB, NHL and NASCAR.
Jeremy graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison with a degree in economics. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife and son.
The Impact of Expanded Legalized Sports Betting in the U.S.
Stakeholders inside and outside the world of sport are actively working to lay a profitable foundation for what many now see as an inevitability — the expansion of legal, regulated sports betting in the U.S. The opportunities for team owners, leagues, franchises, broadcasters, gaming companies, states and more are significant. This discussion will examine latest developments, what’s at stake for everyone involved, and the next steps to realizing the impact of a legal, regulated sports betting market in America.