Executive Gaming Regulation and Licensing (2-day)


Feb. 24, 2015,
8am to 5pm

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Seminar attendees will gain knowledge and tools to develop effective gaming regulations and policies governing the licensing process. Attendees will gain understanding of the privileged nature of gaming licenses, who should bear the burden of demonstrating the applicant’s suitability for a gaming license, and essential components of the licensing process. Attendees will learn strategies to successfully complete the licensing process, and strategies to ensure suitable individuals and companies receive the privileged gaming license.

Topics of discussion will include:
  • The privileged gaming license and the burden of suitability
  • The legal foundation for regulation of the licensing process
  • Preparing for the investigation and addressing potential concerns
  • Required documents and information
  • The importance of interviews and written communication
  • Essential components of financial and background investigations
  • Investigative trends: Computer forensic investigations
Who Should Attend:

This seminar is specifically designed for gaming regulatory leadership and their support staff. This includes board and commission members, executive level law enforcement officers, gaming executives, executive directors, regulatory compliance managers, and Native American tribal executives responsible for designing and implementing gaming laws, regulations, and policies.

Admission Information

  • $725 Early bird; payment due February 3, 2015
  • $795 Regular; payment due February 17, 2015

The seminar registration fee includes: coursework materials, continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshments on each day of the seminar. It does not include lodging, air or ground transportation, incidentals or any meals other than those listed.


Please visit IGI's website for a list of nearby hotels. Mention the International Gaming Institute to obtain a special rate.

Seminars are subject to cancelation for any reason at any time. We are not responsible for any non-refundable fees associated with your travel. Please call our office at 702-895-2008 to verify that the seminar will take place.

Contact Information

International Gaming Institute
Nakia Jackson-Hale