PRESS RELEASES signs as media sponsor for the World Regulatory Briefing USA

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wrb-usaThe World Regulatory Briefing USA will be held on October 22 and 23 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and leading gambling news site will be in attendance after signing a media sponsorship deal with the event’s organizers.

This year’s conference will be especially important as US states each move forward in legalizing iGaming. With a federal resolution on the issue to closer to getting resolved, an undercurrent of momentum is slowly building as numerous states in the US are one by one beginning the process towards formulating a concrete and specific plan to take advantage of the rapidly growing iGaming industry.

A strong field of industry experts from a wide range of industries have already booked their attendance to the event, further giving strength to the importance of joining this esteemed group of individuals in discussing how the iGaming industry can further progress given the current situation in the US.

In addition to the confirmed speakers, a wide range of topics are also expected to be covered during the two-day event, including discussions on important issues like key strategies in the US, iGaming taxes, and the opportunities and challenges brought about by interstate iGaming.

The World Regulatory Briefing USA will take place at the Sheraton University City Hotel beginning from October 22-23, 2013. Registration opens at 8 am on both days with sessions scheduled to begin at 9 am until 5:30 pm.

As a media sponsor for the event, will be on hand to chronicle all the happenings that’ll take place on camera. As a leading gambling news site founded by Bodog brand creator Calvin Ayre, has earned a reputation for offering a multitude of news items covering a wide range of topics related to the industry, be it breaking news, interviews, event highlights and informed opinions about the global gambling industry.


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