On May 21, 2015, Capitol Weekly & UC Center will host California Gaming, a day-long conference looking at the serious business of gaming in California. Gaming – casinos, horse racing, cardrooms – is big business in California; the stars are aligning this session for major changes to this growth industry.
This will be the 15th conference since 2010 on critical state issues jointly sponsored by Capitol Weekly and the University of California’s UC Center.
CLICK HERE to reserve your seat!
California Gaming will feature two dozen experts and decision makers (including state officials, industry leaders and members of the press) looking at gaming policy in California. Issues to be covered include: Online Gaming, Fiscal Impacts, Regulation, Security, Capitol and Tribal Politics, Racetracks, Fantasy Sports, and Pending Legislation. The day will feature four panels and a luncheon Keynote. Click here for the day’s Agenda.
Our Keynote speaker will be Lynn Valbuena, Chair of The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
Panel 1: The Major Players and What’s at Stake
Panel 2: Sports Betting: Wave of the Future?
Panel 3: Lessons Learned: What Needs to be in a Good Internet Poker Bill?
Panel 4: The Politics: What Will it Take to Get a Real Deal?
Registration includes: coffee, lunch and all conference materials.
Sponsors include The California Endowment, the Tribal Alliance of Sovereign Indian Nations, Poker Stars, The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, The Morongo Band of Mission Indians, The Gardens Casino, The Bicycle Hotel Casino, The Commerce Hotel Casino, Amaya, The California Channel, Capital Public Radio, The California Center for Civic Participation, The Gualco Group Inc., KP Public Affairs, Comcast Spotlight and Communities for California Cardrooms.