All successful gaming jurisdictions depend on the foundational trust provided by thoughtful gaming law and regulation. Developed in partnership with the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, this 1-day intensive course provides participants with essential basic knowledge about the systems and laws governing the gaming industry as well as an understanding of how gaming regulations impact the industry.
Taught at the Stan Fulton Building, home of the International Center for Gaming Regulation, on the campus of UNLV, the program examines the foundational elements of gaming law and is limited to a maximum of 15 participants.
Session 1: Introduction to Gaming
What is Gaming?
Overview of the U.S. Commercial Gaming Industry
State Lotteries, Office Pools, Fantasy Sports and Skill Gaming
Session 2: Regulatory Oversight & Licensing
State Gaming Control Systems
Anatomy of a Gaming License Investigation
Session 3: Laws Governing Gaming
U.S. Federal Gaming Law
Gaming Device Law/Manufacturing
Session 4: Understanding Compliance
Who is this course designed for?
The course is designed for professionals from any functional background (HR, operations, marketing, finance, compliance, etc.) who would benefit from a better understanding of statutes and regulations surrounding gaming law. No previous knowledge of the gaming industry is required. The course is also suitable for professionals new to Las Vegas or the gaming industry who require foundational knowledge about the laws and regulations governing the industry.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The International Gaming Institute is located on the corner of Swenson and Flamingo. Each participant will receive a one-day parking pass each day for the Institute's lot.
Will I receive a certificate for this course?
Yes. A certificate of completion will be presented.
Can I get college credit for this course?
Courses provided by the International Center for Gaming Regulation are certificate-based professional development programs. College credit towards university programs is not applicable.
Is ticket substitution allowed?
Yes, substituting your RSVP for another individual is allowed up to two business days before course begins.
What does the enrollment fee cover?
The enrollment fee covers all course materials, instruction, light continental breakfast and lunch. It also includes a daily parking pass for the lot immediately adjacent to the Stan Fulton Building.
For additional questions, please contact Craig Ferreira, Operations and Marketing Manager, International Center for Gaming Regulation: firstname.lastname@example.org or (702)-895-2445.