SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 13, 2013) - The inaugural iGaming Legislative Symposium, which will be held February 27, 2014, at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel in Sacramento, CA, has just announced its conference agenda.

The conference will identify the issues regarding the legalization of online gaming in California, and explore possible solutions and success scenarios. These discussions are critical as policy decisions made in California in 2014 regarding the launch, regulation, and taxation of online gaming will determine the success of Internet poker in California as well as influence the advancement of Internet gaming in other states. Session topics include:

  • Examining the California Gaming Landscape
  • Playing Politics with California Gaming
  • Prepping for Online Poker
  • Gaming Regulation: The New Frontier
  • Taxation: Achieving the Best Balance

The Symposium is jointly organized and produced by Victor Rocha, the owner of, a leading news aggregator for the gaming industry for over 14 years, and Spectrum Gaming Group, the world's leading gaming research and professional services firm. Attendees will include state legislators, gaming regulators, tribal and commercial gaming operators, and Internet gaming experts from around the world.

Early bird registration rates are available through February 7, 2014. A block of rooms is being held at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel until January 28, 2014. For the complete agenda, sponsorship opportunities, hotel reservations, and to register, visit Please email to be added to the mailing list for updates.

About the Organizers ( is the leading news source for gaming, Indian gaming, and Native news on the internet. Owned and operated by Victor Rocha, an enrolled member of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, the service has been disseminating the essential stories to Indian Country's decision-makers since 1998.

Spectrum Gaming Group ( is an independent, full-service global gaming research and professional services firm serving private- and public-sector clients on five continents. Spectrum has performed online gaming research and analysis for the National Indian Gaming Association as well as several tribal governments across the United States, has testified twice before the US Senate Indian Affairs Committee, and has been a leader in developing online-gaming policies for more than a decade. Spectrum produces several conferences and with Fantini Research, publishes SPECTRUMETRIX™, a comprehensive and dynamic suite of web-based reports.