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The State of iGaming in the US, What Next?

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    <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" style="width:100%;">If this e-mail is not displayed properly, please use the following link: <a href="http://mailclick.igamingbusiness.com/u/gm.php?prm=zPGEPhW8Fa_120224418_225077_9855" >http://mailclick.igamingbusiness.com/u/gm.php?prm=zPGEPhW8Fa_120224418_225077_9855 </a> <table style="width:100%;padding:15px;"><table align="center" cellspacing="10" style="line-height:170%;width:677px;font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;color:#3e434a;font-size:12px;border:#4f4f4f 4px solid;"> <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" style="width:100%;"><a href="http://www.igamingsupershow.com"></a>[​IMG]   <a href="http://mailclick.igamingbusiness.com/u/nrd.php?p=zPGEPhW8Fa_9855_225077_1_4"></a> What Next for US iGaming ?- The United States 2010 iGaming Report: A State by State Analysis of Legislative Progression This report is the single most comprehensive source of information on what has, is and potentially will happen regarding state legislation in the US. Researched and written between April and June 2010, it relies on over 200 primary sources and over 50 interviews conducted with lawmakers, lobbyists, regulators, trade association heads, lottery officials and others who are directly or indirectly involved with - or who have a direct or indirect interest in - U.S. Internet gambling. It is a must have for anyone currently doing business in the states in land based casinos or for those online companies looking to move in once legislation changes<a href="http://mailclick.igamingbusiness.com/u/nrd.php?p=zPGEPhW8Fa_9855_225077_1_1" >To read more about this report or request an executive summary click here </a>Its primary objective is to offer detailed insight into the political forces driving regulation of Internet-based casino gaming, poker and sports betting in U.S. states.  There are also special sections that catalogue how three states and territories - Nevada, the U.S. Virgin Islands and North Dakota - unsuccessfully attempted to implement online regulation between 2001 and 2009, and how the countrys 44 lotteries are currently preparing for online expansion.This report will give the market badly needed perspective on how developments in U.S. states are trending, says the reports author, Chris Krafcik.  It caters to all entities with an eye on U.S. developments - from London brokerage houses to Vegas casinos, from venture capital firms to technology suppliers - and offers a level of insight into state-level politics hitherto unavailable in any single report.<a href="http://mailclick.igamingbusiness.com/u/nrd.php?p=zPGEPhW8Fa_9855_225077_1_2" >For more information on this report or to order it today and save 10% on the publication price click here.</a> iGaming Business , 33-41 Dallington Street, London, EC1V 0BB, UK. Our telephone: +44 (0) 207 954 3486Copyright © 2009 SportBusiness Group All rights reserved. <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" style="width:100%;">If you want to unsubscribe from our mailing list, use the following link: <a href="http://mailclick.igamingbusiness.com/u/un.php?par=zPGEPhW8Fa_225077_9855_$sid$" >http://mailclick.igamingbusiness.com/u/un.php?par=zPGEPhW8Fa_225077_9855_$sid$ </a> [​IMG]
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