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441 4th Street, NW, Suite 850N Washington, DC 20001 • www.dslbd.dc.gov
DC Sports Betting
Pre-Application Conference
DC Department of Small & Local Business Development
and Office of Lottery & Gaming
April 25, 2019
DSLBD Presentation
Welcome
2
DSLBD Presentation
Remarks
Kristi Whitfield, Director
Department of Small and Local Business
Development
3
DSLBD Presentation
Remarks
Beth Bresnahan, Executive Director
Office of Lottery and Gaming
4
DSLBD Presentation
Sports Wagering in the
District of Columbia
5
DSLBD Presentation
Sports Betting in the United States
The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), also
known as the Bradley Act, was signed into law by President Bush
in 1992. The federal law barred single-game sports betting
outside of Nevada.
6
DSLBD Presentation
Sports Betting in the United States
A new era for sports betting in the United States began on May 14,
2018 when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the federal ban
known as the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act,
clearing the way for all states to regulate wagering within their
borders.
By the end of 2018, seven states had joined Nevada in offering
regulated sports betting.
7
DSLBD Presentation
The State of States: April 2019
Source: GamblingCompliance
8
DSLBD Presentation
Sports Wagering In Washington, D.C.
On Tuesday, December 18, 2018, the District of Columbia
City Council voted 11-2 in favor of the
Sports Wagering Lottery Amendment Act of 2018.
“The operation of sports wagering and related activities
shall be lawful in the District of Columbia and conducted in
accordance with this title and rules and regulations issued
pursuant to this title.”
9
DSLBD Presentation
Sports Wagering In D.C. Overview
The legislation authorizes the DC Lottery to assume two distinct roles
in the District’s sports betting offerings: regulator and operator.
The DC Lottery will act as regulator of independent operators of
sports betting throughout the District. We will license and monitor the
independent operators for compliance and collect the 10 percent
tax on gross sports wagering revenue from the operator.
Lottery will also act as an operator of sports betting through a
district-wide digital platform and a network of brick-and-mortar
retailers.
10
DSLBD Presentation
License Type: Class A Operators
11
DSLBD Presentation
License Type: Class B Operators
SPORTS WAGERING LICENSING TYPES
License Category Description
Initial
License Fee
License
Term
Class B
Individuals, group of individuals, or entities
operating private sports wagering facilities.
Sports wagering facility cannot be located
within a 2-block radius of any Class A facility.
$100,000 5 Years
Class B
Joint Venture Certified by DSLBD
Individuals, group of individuals, or entities
operating private sports wagering facilities
and is a certified joint venture pursuant to
the CBE act, where the joint venture has a
CBE majority interest, and is also certified as
either a Small Business Enterprise (SBE),
Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE), or
Resident-owned Business (ROB).
Sports wagering facility cannot be located
within a 2-block radius of any Class A facility.
$25,000 5 Years
12
DSLBD Presentation
License Type: Management Service Providers
13
DSLBD Presentation
License Type: Sports Wagering Suppliers
13
DSLBD Presentation
License Type: Occupational License
14
DSLBD Presentation
Licensing Overview
Office of Lottery and Gaming (OLG) shall only issue an Operator License (Class A and Class
B) or Management Services Provider license if the applicant:
(1) In conjunction with its application for license the Applicant submits to DSLBD, for
approval, a CBE plan that demonstrates that at least 35% of the Applicant's operating
budget will be subcontracted with one or more CBEs; or
(2) Is a certified joint venture pursuant to the CBE act, where the joint venture has a CBE
majority interest, and is also certified as either a Small Business Enterprise (SBE),
Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE), or Resident-owned Business (ROB); or
(3) Obtains a waiver from DSLBD of the contracting or joint venture requirements of the
CBE.
16
DSLBD Presentation
A small business inclusion program that helps
your business compete for DC government contracts.
DSLBD Presentation
CBE Certification Categories
Certification Categories Preference
Local Business Enterprise (LBE) 2 or 2%
Small Business Enterprise (SBE) 3 or 3%
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) 2 or 2%
Resident Owned Business (ROB) 5 or 5%
Development Zone Enterprise (DZE) 2 or 2%
Longtime Resident Business (LRB) 5 or 10%
Veteran Owned Business (VOB) 2 or 2%
Local Manufacturing Business Enterprise
(LME)
2 or 2%
Joint Venture Certifications (JV) Varies
The District Government
directs spending to CBEs,
which in turn, supports and
contributes to job creation
and the city tax base,
strengthening the local
economy.
The CBE Program provides
contracting preference for
local businesses so they can
better compete in contract
and procurement
opportunities with DC
Government.
18
DSLBD Presentation
CBE Local Business Definition
• Principal office physically located in the District;
• Chief executive officer and highest level managerial employees of the
business enterprise perform their managerial functions in their principal
office in the District;
• Meets one of the four following standards:
 More than 50% of the employees of the business are residents of
the District; or
 The owners of more than 50% of the business enterprise are
residents of the District; or
 More than 50% of the assets of the business, excluding bank
accounts, are located in the District; or
 More than 50% of the business gross receipts are District gross
receipts.
Site visits are conducted within the Washington Metropolitan area to verify
that the firm meets the local business enterprise definition.
19
DSLBD Presentation
Business Certification Process
Step 1:
Application
Submission
Step 2:
DSLBD Review
Step 3:
Site Visit (if
applicable)
Step 4:
DSLBD
Determination
20
DSLBD Presentation
DSLBD Website
21
DSLBD Presentation
CBE Participation Requirement
 The Sports Wagering Act requires that the Office of Lottery and
Gaming issues an operator license or management services
provider license to an applicant that:
 Submits a CBE plan demonstrating that at least 35% of the
applicant’s operating budget will be contracted with one or
more CBEs;
 Is a certified joint venture (JV) pursuant to the CBE act, where
the joint venture has a CBE majority interest, and is also
certified as either a SBE, DBE, or ROB; or
 Obtains a waiver from DSLBD of the contracting and joint
venture requirements of CBE act; provided, that if DSLBD
neither approves nor denies the request for waiver within 30
days of the submission of the request, the waiver shall be
deemed approved as a matter of law.
22
DSLBD Presentation
CBE Participation Requirement
 A certified joint venture will get a reduction in initial license fees:
 Initial fee for Class A operators will be $125,000
 Initial fee for Class B operators will be $25,000
 An applicant may apply for up to but no more than 2 sports wagering
licenses unless that applicant agrees to subcontract with a joint
venture or subcontract with a CBE for any additional licenses.
23
DSLBD Presentation
Thinking of getting a sports wagering license?
 JV or CBE plan preparation should start now!
 DSLBD will review all JV applications, CBE plans and waiver
requests.
 Work with DSLBD to find CBEs.
 DSLBD does not anticipate that any waivers will be approved.
24
DSLBD Presentation
Possible Business Opportunities for CBE’s
Everything is a Possible Opportunity
● Payroll Services ● Construction & Landscaping
● Marketing ● Maintenance & Janitorial
● Advertising ● Data Analytics
● Data Expenses ● Risk Management
● Geo Fencing ● Gambling Addiction Services
● System related expenses ● Office Supplies
● General & Administrative ● Gaming Supplies
● Compliance & Audit ● Food Services
● Armed Security Guards ● Staffing
● AI-based Security System ● Legal
*The opportunities above are just possible ideas and do not represent currently open opportunities.
25
DSLBD Presentation
A. Developing strategies with DSLBD to facilitate increased SBE
participation;
B. Conducting bi-annual seminars for SBEs on how to do
business with established sports wagering operators;
C. Maintaining instructions on how to bid on upcoming and
current contracting and procurement opportunities;
D. Sending new procurement opportunity alerts to SBEs,
electronically; sponsored by DSLBD;
Recruitment Activities to Prepare SBEs
26
DSLBD Presentation
E. Participating in small business forums, workshops, and
trainings
F. Posting the relevant or applicable National Institute of
Government Purchasing codes to the Office's and DSLBD' s
websites;
G. Partnering with DSLBD to invite potential bidders to pre-bid
H. conferences for sports wagering related contract or
procurement; and
I. Developing an annual plan regarding the utilization of
qualified
Recruitment Activities to Prepare SBEs (Cont.)
27
DSLBD Presentation
CONNECT WITH US
202.727.3900
www.dslbd.dc.gov
28
DSLBD Presentation
Sports Wagering in DC:
A Perspective from the Business
Community
29
DSLBD Presentation
Getting to Know Each Other
30
DSLBD Presentation
Mix and Mingle
31
DSLBD Presentation
Thank you for attending!
32
DSLBD Presentation
441 4th Street, NW, Suite 850N Washington, DC 20001 • www.dslbd.dc.gov
DC Sports Betting
Pre-Application Conference
DC Department of Small & Local Business Development
and Office of Lottery & Gaming
April 25, 2019

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DC Sports Betting Pre-Application Conference Presentation (April 25, 2019)

  • 1. 441 4th Street, NW, Suite 850N Washington, DC 20001 • www.dslbd.dc.gov DC Sports Betting Pre-Application Conference DC Department of Small & Local Business Development and Office of Lottery & Gaming April 25, 2019
  • 3. DSLBD Presentation Remarks Kristi Whitfield, Director Department of Small and Local Business Development 3
  • 4. DSLBD Presentation Remarks Beth Bresnahan, Executive Director Office of Lottery and Gaming 4
  • 5. DSLBD Presentation Sports Wagering in the District of Columbia 5
  • 6. DSLBD Presentation Sports Betting in the United States The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), also known as the Bradley Act, was signed into law by President Bush in 1992. The federal law barred single-game sports betting outside of Nevada. 6
  • 7. DSLBD Presentation Sports Betting in the United States A new era for sports betting in the United States began on May 14, 2018 when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the federal ban known as the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, clearing the way for all states to regulate wagering within their borders. By the end of 2018, seven states had joined Nevada in offering regulated sports betting. 7
  • 8. DSLBD Presentation The State of States: April 2019 Source: GamblingCompliance 8
  • 9. DSLBD Presentation Sports Wagering In Washington, D.C. On Tuesday, December 18, 2018, the District of Columbia City Council voted 11-2 in favor of the Sports Wagering Lottery Amendment Act of 2018. “The operation of sports wagering and related activities shall be lawful in the District of Columbia and conducted in accordance with this title and rules and regulations issued pursuant to this title.” 9
  • 10. DSLBD Presentation Sports Wagering In D.C. Overview The legislation authorizes the DC Lottery to assume two distinct roles in the District’s sports betting offerings: regulator and operator. The DC Lottery will act as regulator of independent operators of sports betting throughout the District. We will license and monitor the independent operators for compliance and collect the 10 percent tax on gross sports wagering revenue from the operator. Lottery will also act as an operator of sports betting through a district-wide digital platform and a network of brick-and-mortar retailers. 10
  • 11. DSLBD Presentation License Type: Class A Operators 11
  • 12. DSLBD Presentation License Type: Class B Operators SPORTS WAGERING LICENSING TYPES License Category Description Initial License Fee License Term Class B Individuals, group of individuals, or entities operating private sports wagering facilities. Sports wagering facility cannot be located within a 2-block radius of any Class A facility. $100,000 5 Years Class B Joint Venture Certified by DSLBD Individuals, group of individuals, or entities operating private sports wagering facilities and is a certified joint venture pursuant to the CBE act, where the joint venture has a CBE majority interest, and is also certified as either a Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE), or Resident-owned Business (ROB). Sports wagering facility cannot be located within a 2-block radius of any Class A facility. $25,000 5 Years 12
  • 13. DSLBD Presentation License Type: Management Service Providers 13
  • 14. DSLBD Presentation License Type: Sports Wagering Suppliers 13
  • 15. DSLBD Presentation License Type: Occupational License 14
  • 16. DSLBD Presentation Licensing Overview Office of Lottery and Gaming (OLG) shall only issue an Operator License (Class A and Class B) or Management Services Provider license if the applicant: (1) In conjunction with its application for license the Applicant submits to DSLBD, for approval, a CBE plan that demonstrates that at least 35% of the Applicant's operating budget will be subcontracted with one or more CBEs; or (2) Is a certified joint venture pursuant to the CBE act, where the joint venture has a CBE majority interest, and is also certified as either a Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE), or Resident-owned Business (ROB); or (3) Obtains a waiver from DSLBD of the contracting or joint venture requirements of the CBE. 16
  • 17. DSLBD Presentation A small business inclusion program that helps your business compete for DC government contracts.
  • 18. DSLBD Presentation CBE Certification Categories Certification Categories Preference Local Business Enterprise (LBE) 2 or 2% Small Business Enterprise (SBE) 3 or 3% Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) 2 or 2% Resident Owned Business (ROB) 5 or 5% Development Zone Enterprise (DZE) 2 or 2% Longtime Resident Business (LRB) 5 or 10% Veteran Owned Business (VOB) 2 or 2% Local Manufacturing Business Enterprise (LME) 2 or 2% Joint Venture Certifications (JV) Varies The District Government directs spending to CBEs, which in turn, supports and contributes to job creation and the city tax base, strengthening the local economy. The CBE Program provides contracting preference for local businesses so they can better compete in contract and procurement opportunities with DC Government. 18
  • 19. DSLBD Presentation CBE Local Business Definition • Principal office physically located in the District; • Chief executive officer and highest level managerial employees of the business enterprise perform their managerial functions in their principal office in the District; • Meets one of the four following standards:  More than 50% of the employees of the business are residents of the District; or  The owners of more than 50% of the business enterprise are residents of the District; or  More than 50% of the assets of the business, excluding bank accounts, are located in the District; or  More than 50% of the business gross receipts are District gross receipts. Site visits are conducted within the Washington Metropolitan area to verify that the firm meets the local business enterprise definition. 19
  • 20. DSLBD Presentation Business Certification Process Step 1: Application Submission Step 2: DSLBD Review Step 3: Site Visit (if applicable) Step 4: DSLBD Determination 20
  • 22. DSLBD Presentation CBE Participation Requirement  The Sports Wagering Act requires that the Office of Lottery and Gaming issues an operator license or management services provider license to an applicant that:  Submits a CBE plan demonstrating that at least 35% of the applicant’s operating budget will be contracted with one or more CBEs;  Is a certified joint venture (JV) pursuant to the CBE act, where the joint venture has a CBE majority interest, and is also certified as either a SBE, DBE, or ROB; or  Obtains a waiver from DSLBD of the contracting and joint venture requirements of CBE act; provided, that if DSLBD neither approves nor denies the request for waiver within 30 days of the submission of the request, the waiver shall be deemed approved as a matter of law. 22
  • 23. DSLBD Presentation CBE Participation Requirement  A certified joint venture will get a reduction in initial license fees:  Initial fee for Class A operators will be $125,000  Initial fee for Class B operators will be $25,000  An applicant may apply for up to but no more than 2 sports wagering licenses unless that applicant agrees to subcontract with a joint venture or subcontract with a CBE for any additional licenses. 23
  • 24. DSLBD Presentation Thinking of getting a sports wagering license?  JV or CBE plan preparation should start now!  DSLBD will review all JV applications, CBE plans and waiver requests.  Work with DSLBD to find CBEs.  DSLBD does not anticipate that any waivers will be approved. 24
  • 25. DSLBD Presentation Possible Business Opportunities for CBE’s Everything is a Possible Opportunity ● Payroll Services ● Construction & Landscaping ● Marketing ● Maintenance & Janitorial ● Advertising ● Data Analytics ● Data Expenses ● Risk Management ● Geo Fencing ● Gambling Addiction Services ● System related expenses ● Office Supplies ● General & Administrative ● Gaming Supplies ● Compliance & Audit ● Food Services ● Armed Security Guards ● Staffing ● AI-based Security System ● Legal *The opportunities above are just possible ideas and do not represent currently open opportunities. 25
  • 26. DSLBD Presentation A. Developing strategies with DSLBD to facilitate increased SBE participation; B. Conducting bi-annual seminars for SBEs on how to do business with established sports wagering operators; C. Maintaining instructions on how to bid on upcoming and current contracting and procurement opportunities; D. Sending new procurement opportunity alerts to SBEs, electronically; sponsored by DSLBD; Recruitment Activities to Prepare SBEs 26
  • 27. DSLBD Presentation E. Participating in small business forums, workshops, and trainings F. Posting the relevant or applicable National Institute of Government Purchasing codes to the Office's and DSLBD' s websites; G. Partnering with DSLBD to invite potential bidders to pre-bid H. conferences for sports wagering related contract or procurement; and I. Developing an annual plan regarding the utilization of qualified Recruitment Activities to Prepare SBEs (Cont.) 27
  • 28. DSLBD Presentation CONNECT WITH US 202.727.3900 www.dslbd.dc.gov 28
  • 29. DSLBD Presentation Sports Wagering in DC: A Perspective from the Business Community 29
  • 30. DSLBD Presentation Getting to Know Each Other 30
  • 32. DSLBD Presentation Thank you for attending! 32
  • 33. DSLBD Presentation 441 4th Street, NW, Suite 850N Washington, DC 20001 • www.dslbd.dc.gov DC Sports Betting Pre-Application Conference DC Department of Small & Local Business Development and Office of Lottery & Gaming April 25, 2019