Webinar: What Tribal Sports Betting Regulation Looks Like Now
What Tribal Sports Betting Regulation Looks Like Now
As states continue to legalize sports wagering, more tribes are building out their business models and operational capacity to open sports books or offer mobile wagering. The regulatory structure in a particular state impacts tribes’ sports betting operations in multiple ways: whether and where tribes can offer mobile wagering, what in-state commercial competition tribal operations will face, and to what extent state law and state regulations will apply to a tribe’s sports betting operations.
This free webinar series from the ICGR features original research and commentary from tribal gaming experts and ICGR Distinguished Senior Fellows Kathryn Rand and Steven Light. This discussion will provide an overview of emerging trends and three of the most-prevalent state regulatory approaches to tribal sports wagering on a national level, with state-specific examples and issues arising, and the chance for live Q&A.
Participants can expect to learn:
- The latest ICGR research on emerging trends in tribal sports wagering
- The data, categories, and metrics that are useful in identifying emerging regulatory practices in tribal sports betting
- Three key state regulatory approaches to tribal sports betting
- State-specific examples of applicable sports betting regulation
- Lessons learned and questions arising about the outlook of the industry
This free webinar is developed as an extension of the ICGR’s White Paper Series on the Regulation of Tribal Sports Wagering, commissioned by the ICGR to help identify and address the question of how tribally owned and operated sports books are being regulated for key markets in states that have legalized sports wagering.
The original research, white papers, and webinar series are products of the ICGR’s mission to identify emerging trends and best practices for the gaming industry.
About the presenters:
Kathryn R.L. Rand, J.D., and Steven Andrew Light, Ph.D. are the ICGR’s Distinguished Senior Fellows in Tribal Gaming, and in spring 2022, served as visiting faculty in the Indian Nations Gaming & Governance Program at UNLV’s William S. Boyd School of Law. Rand & Light co-founded and co-direct of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law & Policy at the University of North Dakota and are the authors of Indian Gaming and Tribal Sovereignty: The Casino Compromise.
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 20 percent 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 three weeks for processing.
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The International Center for Gaming Regulation is one of three research centers within the International Gaming Institute, on the campus of UNLV. The Center's mission is to promote research and learning in the areas of gaming regulation in jurisdictions around the world.