International Center for Gaming Regulation News
The International Center for Gaming Regulation, a partnership between the International Gaming Institute and the William S. Boyd School of Law, promotes international best practices in gaming regulation by providing cutting-edge research and regulatory evaluation, data and information, and world-class educational programs for the world’s regulators.
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A decade ago, New Jersey horsemen made the opening move in a long game that made legal sports betting a national possibility.
Legal sports betting continues to be unfortunately good for business for illegal sports betting. Just how good remains a source of debate.
The countdown is now well and truly on to the start of “Regulating the Game 2021” – a 5-day gambling regulatory education program to be held in Sydney, Australia and co-developed by leading specialist gambling law, regulatory and compliance advisory Senet and the International Centre for Gaming Regulation (ICGR).
Regulating the Game, a five-day educational course for regulators and operators held in August has opened up registrations and is offering an “escalating discount” for multiple registrations from the same organization.
The UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation has launched a series of online boot camps focusing on sports betting and other regulatory matters.
After closing the books on its first year of legalized sports betting, Colorado collected more than $6.6 million in tax revenue. The programs set to receive that money will start to do so this fall.