FORCE Family Office to Host Discussion on Future of Online Gaming with Former NJ Governor Chris Christie

 

FORCE Family Office is going to host a discussion on the future of online gaming with former NJ Governor Chris Christie.

On June 2, Chris Christie will join Toni DiMatteo, the CEO of Lottery.com to talk about the future of online gambling, including online lotteries, sports betting, and other games of chance. Their wide-ranging discussion will cover the technology, cultural changes, and regulatory environment that have contributed to the industry’s explosive growth. They will also talk about the global market and the leadership role U.S. companies like Lottery.com are playing.

In February 2013, Chris Christie signed a bill making the state one of the first in the nation to legalize online gambling. But he didn’t stop there. He has been a tireless advocate for online sports betting and in 2019 was elected to the Sports Gambling Hall of Fame. During his induction, Christie said, “Sports betting was held back for too long by the unfair federal laws, so I was more than happy to be the first to take a stand against them.”

“We’re thrilled to have Governor Christie join us for this event. His insights and knowledge of the online gambling industry will be invaluable to the Family Offices in our network and provide great context for Lottery.com,” Steven Saltzstein, CEO of Force Family Office, said.

The webinar is free of charge and anyone interested in what the future of online gaming will look like can sign up at forcewealth.com/portfolio-items/lottery-06-02.

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