Online: Gaming Enforcement Trends & Issues

When

Oct. 21, 2020, 7:45am to 12:30pm

Office/Remote Location

Online Event
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Description

All gaming jurisdictions face serious challenges around the area of enforcement. Today, especially in dealing with COVID19, it's critical to look at both the fundamentals of gaming enforcement along with the latest issues facing jurisdictions. The International Center for Gaming Regulation provides this 1/2-day intensive seminar on current enforcement practices and challenges.

UNLV houses THE ONLY academic institute that has focused on the gaming Industry for over 25 years. We are excited to launch our new live Online: Gaming Enforcement Trends & Issues seminar.

Our program allows participants to gain a broad and deep education on enforcement topics including how COVID19 has changed the protocols of enforcement. This live, 1/2 day Webex presentation will start at approximately 7:45 am PDT and end at 12:30 pm PDT. Exact details will be emailed prior to the program start.

Online Gaming Enforcement Trends & Issues

October 21, 2020

1/2 – Day Online Program

Course Content

Patron Disputes – A core function of a well-regulated gaming jurisdiction. Disputes can be challenging as technology changes and new types of disputes surface.

Gaming Employee Screening – A jurisdiction that has a comprehensive screening process in place that is tough, but fair, will avoid numerous threats to their industry.

Quality casework - Helping to ensure the successful adjudication of gaming crimes

Industry Compliance – Proactive and reactive measures the gaming industry can take to help prevent, detect and/or resolve regulatory violations

Sports and Sports Betting Integrity – Reviewing elements of model practices and ongoing challenges

Illegal, grey market and Crypto-currency – Regardless of the legality of gaming in a given jurisdiction, illegal and questionable activity will persist and must be addressed.

Impact of COVID from a regulatory enforcement perspective and other current trends.

Reflections and lessons learned.

Educational Partners Include:

Karl Bennison retired in September 2019 as the Chief of the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s (GCB) Enforcement Division. Karl began his career with the GCB in 1994 as an Agent enforcing gaming laws and regulations and arbitrating disputes.

 

Price

425.00

Admission Information

This program is open to any law enforcement or tribal law enforcement member, gaming control board or commission member, and anyone working in the compliance and regulatory space to attend.

 

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

Contact Information

UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation
Craig Ferreira

Event 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.