Research is one of the key pillars of the International Center for Gaming Regulation. The Center facilitates independent, nonpartisan, evidence-based research on issues that cover the wide-ranging topics surrounding regulated gaming.
We encourage scholarship in gaming regulation through fellowships targeting key areas. Two Executive Fellows from industry/regulation, and two Academic Fellows will research best practices in areas such as gaming policy, gaming law, licensing, compliance, and/or gaming operations.
Call for Research Fellows
The Center is offering 6-month fellowships to support impactful research on important gaming regulatory issues. These fellowships will be awarded on a competitive basis via a peer review process. Please view the PDF for further details.
2016-2017 Research Fellows Appointed
This year, the ICGR awarded two research fellowship positions to Dr. Melissa Rorie, an Assistant Professor at UNLV’s Department of Criminal Justice, and Dr. Simon Planzer, a Lecturer in Law at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.
We offer custom research services and provide knowledge and expertise in all aspects of gaming regulation:
- Gaming policy and law
- Licensing and registration
- Regulatory compliance
- Corporate governance
- Best practices in areas such as player protection, game fairness and AML/ CFT
If you would like to commission us to conduct specific regulatory research and analysis, please contact us.
The Center's research policy can be viewed here.