Cal. to review Internet gambling needs and options

Californians will get some idea on just what impact online gambling will have on the state during the inaugural iGaming Legislative Symposium slated to be held Feb. 27 at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel in the state capital.
Organized and produced by and New Jersey’s Spectrum Gaming Group, the symposium will bring together industry leaders to examine the key policy decisions that will be considered this year by California legislators.
Such issues to be discussed are regulation and taxation, both of which will determine the success of Internet poker, as well as influence the advancement of Internet gaming in other states.
Speakers will include Geoff Freeman, president and CEO, American Gaming Association; Mark Macarro, chairman, Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians; and Richard Schuetz, commissioner, California Gambling Control Commission.
They will focus on these subjects:
What can California legislators, regulators, and operators expect with the pending legalization of online gambling?
What are the political pitfalls and opportunities for making iGaming a reality in California?
Who are the stakeholders that will participate in operating California iGaming?
What are the potential regulators’ options and how are effective regulatory regimes developed?
How should California structure its iGaming tax policy and what is the most effective policy?
Should California lawmakers approve Internet gambling this year, the state would join Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey in offering online gambling.


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