US Online Gaming Forum
The US Online Gaming Forum takes an in-depth look into North America's growing and regulating iGaming market.
Organized by C5 and the American Conference Institute, the annual US Online Gaming Forum is a longstanding event that takes an in-depth look into the state of US Online Gaming. The forum brings together key position holders and decision makers in the world of US iGaming including regulators, business leaders, operators, tribes, legal advisers, tech companies and in-house counsels who share from their wealth of experience to devise a better present and future for iGaming in North America.
With the first big steps done towards regulation since iGaming went live in Delaware, Nevada and New Jersey in November 2013, the market is expected to reach $5.2 billion by 2020 with at least 20 jurisdictions live. This is tied to positive movements in congress and other places of power and government where the gear on iGaming regulation can be turned up and the US Online Gaming Forum takes a look at how iGaming legislation in the country can be sped up.
With regulation now intact, however limited by jurisdictions, the US Online Gaming forum looks at the experience of market leaders in the regulated states in an attempt to improve, adapt, learn and find new growth strategies. Online sports betting is also on the forum's agenda, as this booming industry seems more and more like an inevitable future for North America.
North America is also a lively hub filled with land-based casinos. The US Online Gaming Forum delves into the question of how these traditional land based casino operators can effectively make a transition into the growing, thriving online world, and how operators from both these worlds can work in harmony for the betterment of iGaming in the US.