Esports & Esports Wagering


Mar. 23, 2017, 8am to 5pm

Office/Remote Location

Classroom #220, the International Gaming Institute


Casino operators, gaming regulators, and technology suppliers are all intensely focused on the potential for esports and esports wagering to revolutionize gaming markets around the world. But a number of critical regulatory and legal issues remain. The UNLV Boyd School of Law and the International Center for Gaming Regulation offer this one-day seminar to examine issues associated with bringing esports to gaming environments.

This 1-day intensive program covers the fundamentals of esports and esports wagering. Taught by faculty from the Boyd School of Law and the International Gaming Institute, the program will provide tactical insights for gaming operators, policy makers and regulators on how best to position themselves in a quickly changing regulatory environment.


$350; includes all program materials, light continental breakfast and lunch.

Program Location: Stan Fulton Building, home of the International Center for Gaming Regulation

Registration Form

Admission Information

Program Enrollment: Enrollment is non-restricted and open to anyone with an interest in esports - operators, manufacturers, regulators, policy makers, or technologists.

Contact Information

Boyd School of Law
Nakia Jackson-Hale