C5's 5th Annual Forum on US Online Gaming Law
Nearly 12 months in, online gaming’s first movers are now set to reap significant financial windfalls as an increasing number of states seek to follow the lead taken in New Jersey, Delaware and Nevada, and the historic Delaware-Nevada compact gives the first tantalising glimpse of future market liquidity.
The opening year has however not been without challenges, and at the same time as new states develop legislation to regulate online gaming, coalitions are forming to pressure it’s prohibition at a Federal level.
Online gaming operators and technology providers are forging ahead, sensing lucrative opportunities in the face of a complex state-by-state regulatory maze. In a shifting landscape, the legal and regulatory ramifications of online gaming market entry decisions need to be carefully considered, as compliance questions continue to surround issues such as geo-location, player identity, and payment processing.
As the only US forum specifically targeted to answer the latest legal, compliance and regulatory challenges, the 5th annual US Online Gaming Forum will ensure you walk away with all the necessary tools to obtain and comply with your online gaming licenses in what is a diverse regulatory landscape.
Paul Hastings partner Behnam Dayanim is a featured speaker during this conference, and guests of the firm can receive a discounted registration price by using the code 582PAH during registration.
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