As states move forward in legalizing iGaming, multi state compacts are expected to take place in absence of a federal solution. Widely discussed at GiGse 2013 as the way for state-by-state gaming to generate revenue for both states and businesses, they will be given an in-depth analysis at the upcoming World Regulatory Briefing USA on October 22-23 in Philadelphia, PA.
‘Digital & Interactive Gaming’ report, released by Eilers Research, summarizes the main discussions that took place over the three days at both GiGse and the Social Casino Summit, and provides a series of takeaways – a valuable report for those who missed the event (or selected sessions) and for those who attended and want a re-cap.
‘Taking Action: Why your iGaming Strategy Can’t Wait’, a white paper authored by ACEP executives discusses five steps to building online success and emphasizes the value of immediate action.
Five start-ups competed again at the LaunchPad, dominated, unsurprisingly, by the social gaming theme. Following start-up pitches, drilling by the judging panel, a commitment to invest by one of the judges and interactive audience voting, it was ISIS Lab to win the crown of the most innovative GiGse start-up.