Project Description
The Future of Online Gaming

Date & Time:

June 02, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

The online gaming industry is growing by leaps and bounds thanks to a convergence of technology, consumer demand, and new legislation increasing access.

Join former New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, who is the legislative creator and innovator of on-line gaming, as he leads a conversation with CEO, Tony DiMatteo. They’ll talk about global expansion of gaming and the opportunities it will create.

With a global addressable market of $398B today that is estimated to grow to $652B by 2025, has a huge future ahead. has entered into a SPAC agreement with Trident Acquisitions and will have a post-merger valuation of $526 million.

Join us for this webinar where you’ll have the chance to ask questions of our guests and learn about this high-growth industry from people who helped create it.

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