Nationwide, the wheels are set in motion and legalizing online gambling seems to be a trend, growing stronger in many states in the US. With New Jersey, Delaware and Nevada making giant leaps forward in terms of implementing the necessary legal framework, the annual Global iGaming Summit and Expo is a highly anticipated event. The federal government is yet to act in one way or the other, but online casino and poker players nationwide have good reasons to be optimistic.

The GIGSE 2013 has a new lead sponsor, with Amaya Gaming being the one to invest top dollars in this annual event. The company hopes to raise awareness about the online solutions that it has developed for online casinos, and guests are invited to visit their test-drive room. The Global iGaming Summit and Expo is also an excellent place for online casinos and software developers to showcase their latest additions, and it is known to attract a broad audience every year.

This condition has several exciting topics on the discussions list, with the opening day emphasizing the importance of creating and implementing laws to regulate the growing industry. The sensitive issue of multi-state compacts is also going to stir excitement and both supporters and detractors will present their arguments on April 23. The following day, the participants will focus on highlighting the importance of expanding the customer base, without alienating existing clients.

The final day is reserved to discussions about each of the states that have legalized or are en route to creating the appropriate legal framework for making online gambling legal. IGT and WordPlay are also sponsoring the third edition of the Global iGaming Summit and Expo, and they have prepared two special evening events with key guest speakers.