Who is Jason Schaumburg?
Jason Schaumburg has been a communications professional and executive for more than two decades. He is an online gambling analyst and content manager for Catena Media, focusing on North Carolina, Florida and Texas. Schaumburg spent nearly four years as communications director at the Illinois Lottery. Before establishing roots in the gaming industry, he was the top editor in three northern Illinois newsrooms for a decade.
Jason Schaumburg in the media
- Editorial, The Center Squared: Op-Ed: Massachusetts Sports Betting Bill Must Ensure Healthy Industry
- MassLive: Sports Betting in Massachusetts: Senate President Karen Spilka says she’s hopeful compromise is coming as time runs out
Other work by Jason Schaumburg
- Lt. Gov. Patrick Squashes Texas Sports Betting Dreams (PlayTexas)
- 65% Of US Golf Fans Believe LIV’s Impact On Golf Is Positive (TheLines)
- Effort To Legalize Georgia Sports Betting Brought Back To Life (PlayGeorgia)
Social media and professional profiles
Latest NCSharp articles
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With the stroke of Gov. Roy Cooper’s pen, a years-long journey to legal online sports betting ended in North Carolina thanks to teamwork.
Online sports betting will launch in NC between Jan. 8, 2024, and June 14, 2024, after Gov. Roy Cooper signed House Bill 347 on Wednesday.
North Carolinians are one stroke of the pen away from being allowed to bet legally on the Panthers, Hurricanes, Tar Heels and Blue Devils.
Representatives in the House voted, 68-41, on Tuesday to approve changes made to the North Carolina sports betting bill by the Senate.
North Carolina is on the cusp of legal online sports betting. The Senate sent the industry’s future back to the House by passing HB 347.