Dr. Laila Mintas, Deputy President Sportradar US Laila joined Sportradar in 2016 and manages operations for all of the company’s US offices in New York, San Francisco, Menlo Park and Minneapolis. One of her main roles is as the senior liaison with key, high-profile partnerships in the US, including the NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS and NASCAR and enterprise customers such as Google, Twitter and Facebook. Laila oversees collaboration in exploring, creating and exploiting opportunities to realize the full power of sports data and ensuring that the respective sets of fans worldwide get the best level of insight and engagement possible, whichever platform or channel they choose to use. Being a lawyer by trade, Laila previously worked several years the international law firm White & Case LLP in Berlin, Germany and specialized i.a. in Sports Law, Compliance and Litigation. In her Ph.D., she examined online betting in Europe and received a lot of praise from within the research field and from the industry. Previously, she served in Executive positions within the Sports Industry, including the Head of Legal and International Development for FIFA's Early Warning System (FIFA EWS) in Zurich and Switzerland. She was also the Director of Sports Integrity at CONCACAF, the governing body for Soccer in North America, Central America and Caribbean -- responsible for all 41-member countries where she used data to prevent, detect and investigate match manipulations in sports that are related to the betting market. Since 2009, Laila has published a significant number of law articles and has lectured at the Humboldt University of Berlin, St John`s University and at Columbia University in New York where she is currently Professor for Global Sports Law in the ISDE Program. Laila is a board member of the well-known law journal ‘World Sports Advocate’ and has her own Sports Law Column at InsideWorldFootball.com.