M.B.A., Harvard Business School, 1993 B.A., Yale University, 1988
Game Theory in Action — From Poker to Business Negotiations
Dan Singer is a Visiting Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School and a Partner at McKinsey & Company, where he leads the firm’s Global Sports & Gaming Practice. Singer, who founded McKinsey’s Sports Practice in 1999, advises sports leagues, broadcasters, sponsors, video game publishers, casinos, sports betting operators, and gaming technology platforms. He also makes venture investments in and advises early-stage, innovative sports, gaming, and technology companies. A part-time professional poker player, he contributes regularly to Sports Business Journal and Sportico, and his work has been featured in national business publications. He speaks frequently at sports business forums, such as those convened by MIT and Stanford University, and hosts the McKinsey sports roundtable. Singer received a B.A. from Yale University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar.