Choosing a Sports Betting Partner in a Tribal Environment

When

Oct. 28, 2021, 9am to 12pm

Office/Remote Location

Online
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Description

Let the experts at the UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation empower your tribal jurisdiction with the information and tools to successfully launch sports betting.

This intensive program focuses on issues specifically related to sports betting in tribal jurisdictions. Because of the requirements of the federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA), the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), and, in many areas, pre-existing tribal-state compacts, tribal jurisdictions face important additional legal, regulatory, and operational considerations. The International Center for Gaming Regulation provides this online intensive program with experts on Indian gaming focusing on key issues, requirements, and emerging practices specifically related to sports betting in tribal jurisdictions.

Course Content Includes: Key Issues, Requirements, and Emerging Practices for Tribal Sports Books

  • Overview: Business Considerations & Case Studies
  • IGRA & Core Legal Issues
  • Compact Requirements & Provisions
  • Management Contracts & the NIGC
  • Operational Models & Examples
  • Case Studies & Key Takeaways from Operational Tribal Sports Books

This is a live online presentation. For best results and engagement, please use a computer with a camera, headphones, and microphone.

Although the curriculum of the program is primarily designed for gaming regulators tribal jurisdictions, including gaming agency staff, Board or Commission members, legislators, or policy makers, it is open to anyone with an interest in the impact of legalized tribal sports betting.

Educational Partners:

Kathryn Rand has served as Dean of the UND School of Law from 2009 to 2018, the first woman to hold the position. Rand is widely recognized as among the nation’s leading experts on Indian gaming, federal Indian law, and tribal-state-federal intergovernmental relations. She has published more than 50 articles and co-authored three books on tribal gaming,

Steve Light is a Professor of Political Science and Public Administration and Co-Director of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy at the University of North Dakota (UND). With Kathryn Rand (UND School of Law), Steve is widely recognized as among the nation’s leading experts on Indian gaming, federal Indian law, and tribal-state-federal intergovernmental relations.

Price

$395

Admission Information

  1. In the event a course is canceled, registrants will be notified as soon as possible and receive a full refund of their registration fee.
  2. A service fee of Twenty Percent (20%) will apply to all participant initiated cancellations received three or less days prior to the event.
  3. All cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing. Refunds granted for credit card charges will be credited to the original account charged. No refunds will be given in the event of “No Shows.” Refunds may take up to 3 weeks for processing.

For additional questions, please contact Craig Ferreira, Operations and Marketing Manager, International Center for Gaming Regulation: craig.ferreira@unlv.edu or 702-895-2445.

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Contact Information

ICGR
Craig Ferreira

External Sponsor

The International Center for Gaming Regulation is one of three research centers within the International Gaming Institute, on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The Center's mission is to promote research and learning in the areas of gaming regulation in jurisdictions around the world.